Ruby Tuesday ~ Gobble Gobble!

Welcome to Ruby Tuesday now go visit  Mary at the Work of the Poet to check it out before a house falls on you!

Dear and I enjoyed an overnight in La Conner, Washington and we saw so many interesting things. Wail till I show you some of the yard art. For now enjoy this…


In 2005, a small flock of wild Turkeys made La Conner their home and have been declared the official town mascot. Dear and I were thrilled when we spotted them. The way this guy strutted about makes me think he’s the King of the Roost! Just a little ruby for you and if you look closely you’ll see ruby on the tree trunks besides the wattle and the snood on the turkey.

Thank you for stopping by. Hope you have a wonderful week.

Photobucket is holding all my photos that I stored on their site from 2007-2015 hostage replacing them with ugly grey and black boxes and asking for a large ransom to retrieve them. It is a slow process to go through all my posts deleting the ugly boxes.

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

14 thoughts on “Ruby Tuesday ~ Gobble Gobble!

  1. Lovely photo Ellen!
    We have turkeys that come in ever so often to our property. I was at my brother’s this weekend and 17 crossed his driveway in front of us. He says they visit everyday. 🙂
    Your photo would make an excellent Thanksgiving greeting card.

  2. Nice looking Turkey with a ruby gobbler, preening his tail feathers to attract the ladies (of course, I can’t really tell the difference between hens and toms!). Lots of turkeys in Connecticut, many hanging around off the CT 15 parkway full of commuters – the birds stay out of the way if inept drivers). This is a beautiful capture!

  3. It’s incredible how many wild creatures will try to make our neighborhoods their homes. Great photo. You’d think that they were here first. Happy Ruby Tuesday.

  4. What a mighty sight. This definitely must be a he, or what?
    It’s unfair that the male birds are always so colorful and attractive,whilst the she birds most often are gray or brownish.
    Swans are the exception. They live monogamous all life…

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