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Another Question Answered. July 1, 2012

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Q:  Why did the chicken cross the road?

A:  Don’t ask a turkey.   They don’t cross  the road – they OWN  the road!

I waited a full five minutes while this proud Tom wandered back and forth across a country road, demonstrating his mastery of time and space, and his disdain for All Things Automotive:

Musta been because Gawd made him so beauteous!

Well, hey, I bet his Momma thinks so!  😉

What You Lookin’ At! October 17, 2011

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What are you, jealous of nice hair?  It’s a genetic gift and you weren’t invited to the party.  Get over it.  Not every living thing is supposed to be this beautiful:

Editor’s Note: Try not to imagine what it would be like to have your scalp and neck skin do that.

At least you’d be colorful…

More Signs Of Spring. April 10, 2009

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The fabled season of rebirth is being elusive here in the Berkshires; a steady diet of cold, damp, foggy weather has been punctuated by bright days and the first wildflowers.

Here are a few shots from this past week.

A foggy dawn on the Chickley River:

fog on the chickley

Colt’s foot, with its lush flowers and strangely leafless stems, sprouts in the gravel at roadside:

colts foot at catamount

Water fowl cruise the beaches and sand bars of the Deerfield:


The sheep have been shorn:

shorn sheep

…And love is in the air.  A wild tom turkey struts like a tipsy frat boy for an obviously disinterested hen:

tom turkey

…while a local Scottish Highland bull does, well, what bulls do:

randy gets some

Notice how impressed his date is.

Anyway, it’s coming, I mean, “imminent.”  And I’m talkin’ about Spring!

The Soup December 31, 2007

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Well, what else would I do with that left-over turkey breast?


Turkey, veggies, some organic chicken broth, a generous handful of freshly dessicated herbs, and – voila!