…for the Xolos, for the good people in our lives, for the bountiful harvest of the hayfields, for the moments that we spend with our friends and loved ones.
Here you see a photo of “Tom”. He was the largest turkey that we have raised. We have not had a huge one since. His breast portions together weighed in at 32 pounds. My vegetarian friends will be happy to know that this is the last year we will raise turkeys. Hoover and I are no longer strong enough to butcher them by ourselves.
May your Thanksgiving day be GREAT!!
For those of you who do not celebrate Thanksgiving Day where you live:
Thanksgiving Day in the USA
…took an adventure with his fam. this summer. They traveled the Rubicon Trail. The Rubicon Trail is a 22-mile-long route, part road and part 4×4 trail, located in the Sierra Nevada of the western United States, due west of Lake Tahoe and about 80 miles (130 km) east of Sacramento. “Fender” appears in the video at: 0:40, 5:03 and 12:35.
…I smelled a mouse in the turf and I am going to dig it out and kill it for you!!!!!
…and the chickens are eager to begin their search for food and fun in the poultry yard.
Ode to the sunrise…
…of a hardworking coated xolo named Auanda. She spends her days playing, loving, caring for her fam. and enjoying a few well-deserved naps each day.
… for Tamazula. She now lives with an assortment of Xolos and Chihuahuas and loves laying in the sun. Soon she will be very dark for the summer.