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|11-25-2006 07:24 PM|
|Krawdad7||Hey:Everybody have a great turkey day BE SAFE......................................|
|11-24-2006 03:41 AM|
Originally Posted by Dianna
|11-24-2006 12:21 AM|
Just got back from NW Arkansas and Thanksgiving with the in-laws and hubby. Hope everyone was able to enjoy theirs as much as I did mine. First time in 35 years I have not cooked!
Lots to be thankful for, especially the troops!
|11-23-2006 12:57 AM|
|thom1||Happy and safe thankgiving eveyone!|
|11-22-2006 11:04 PM|
Originally Posted by Eggnog
I'm hoping I'll be able to get in a nice long ride.
Friday & Saturday looks great, mid to upper 50's !!
Right now for Monday their sayin' a 30% chance of showers & 50°.
|11-22-2006 10:50 PM|
TO ALL; Have a great day, travel safe, and cherish your families!! Pheasant hunting for me on Fri---YEAH.
|11-22-2006 10:47 PM|
Thanks DMAG and everyone.(Happy Thanksgiving) to all.
DMAG don't feed the baby ground up turkey!! you won't like the results.And to the pa members good luck on monday the first day of buck season.
|11-22-2006 10:22 PM|
Here are some fun facts to share around the Thanksgiving table!!
Did you know...
The first meal on the moon by astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, in foil packets, was a roast turkey dinner!
Benjamin Franklin wanted our national bird to be the wild turkey instead of the eagle.
Scientists have found turkey fossils that are 10 million years old.
Male turkeys are called Toms. Female turkeys are called Hens. A baby turkey is called a Poult.
A large group of turkeys is called a flock. A nest of turkey eggs is called a clutch.
Only Tom turkeys gobble. Female turkeys make a clicking sound.
Domesticated (farm) turkeys can't fly, but wild turkeys can fly for short distances, up to 55 miles per hour. Wild turkeys can also run, up to 25 miles per hour.
Full-grown turkeys have about 3,500 feathers!
Turkey gobbles can be heard from as far as a mile away.
95% of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving.
The Pilgrims most likely ate turkey on the first Thanksgiving.
In Turkey, instead of "gobble, gobble", people say turkeys say "glu glu."
|11-22-2006 09:13 PM|
|EasyRector||Happy thanksgiving! Enjoy your blessings! And ride safely!|
|11-22-2006 06:26 PM|
Happy Thanksgiving, Rember if you ride after eating, you will be top heavy
Dont forget out troops over seas
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