Always carry a camera!

Driving home from the park, I had to make an unplanned stop when a little flock of turkeys prepared to cross the street in front of me. Grabbing my camera off the seat next to me, I fired off a couple of shots of these proud Toms. Although it’s not uncommon to see them in the park, it’s rare to drive down the street and see them displaying like this. Proof that it is good advice to always carry your camera.

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For the record
  • WEATHER: Today’s high temperature was 55 degrees Fahrenheit,
    and it didn’t rain (yet).
  • EXERCISE: I walked 6852 steps…approximately 3 miles.

That’s it for today. Thanks for stopping by.

Carolyn aka Skip

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