Books by the old Leather Chair

  • Snow In The Summer
  • My Bible
  • The Power of Silence
  • What Comes Next and to Like It
  • Encore Provence
  • A Year in Provence

Thursday, September 17, 2009


Looking out my door at lunchtime - 15 turkeys in my driveway. My wildlife visitors are getting closer to One Woman's home.

Picture taken at noon by One Woman


Beverly said...

I love all your visitors. I thought of you around lunchtime and wondering if you were eating outside.

Cape Cod Kitty said...

Oh, my, what a sight....they are so big aren't they? I have a feeling you are going to begin having lots of visitors. How interesting to be the observor, and how nice we can share!

Cloudhands said...

Of course, it's all in how you look at it. Your home and their home seem to be overlapping. I'm sure you must be having fun getting to know your neighbors? ☺ Perhaps they have questions and concerns about you and the future of their neighborhood. How very exciting.

kenju said...

I see plenty of deer, snakes, squirrels, etc., but no turkeys!!

Judy said...

I love wild turkeys. I think they are so comical. They used to come around back when I was on the farm. I remember watching a bunch of them one day and it was getting ready to storm. Every time it thundered, they all gobbled. It was hilarious. You are so lucky to be able to live where you do.

One Woman's Journey said...

Beverly, Marcia, kenju, Barbra, Judy, good to see your comment this early morning. Yes, I am probably trespassing and they make me smile to look at them.
A lunch today with 3 friends. One is 88 and she is remarkable. I need this outing. Hey - I am feeling good and RESTED.

Darlene said...

Annie, get your gun. Thanksgiving meat is there for the picking. ;-)

One Woman's Journey said...

Darlene, I bet they are "tough" birds.

Sky said...

i keep hoping to see these. they are in our area from time to time but i have never been lucky enough to catch them when they are.

i love the little fence in this photo. what kind is it? it makes the photo seem so inviting to me.

One Woman's Journey said...

Sky, that is an old piece of split rail fencing put up years ago.
Looks good in the image. Thank you for checking - dear online friend!!!