I sat up late last night, waiting on the arrival of the Super Moon. It wasn’t nearly as big as I expected. But it was pretty.
The turkey eggs we’re getting, on the other hand, are pretty big. And they’re pretty pretty.
They’re pretty yummy too!
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Heyyyy..you had your camera out!!!!
Love the picture of the moon. So pretty.
And I love that you are getting turkey eggs. I know you have to be saving the shells….what ya gonna use them for???
What I noticed about the moon last night wasn’t its size, but its brightness. I had expected something much larger, but was still able to astound at it blinding me.
Tell me, do the turkey eggs taste differently from the hens’ eggs?
I didn’t see the moon last night. Just the insides of my eyelids. I can’t wait till we start getting turkey eggs. Oh, our turkeys arent even conceived yet. They are still in the future. Happy Spring.
Wow, now those are some big eggs. Will you be eating them? Our super moon was beautiful. It was orange with an orange haze like ring around it. It almost looked like a harvest moon in October.
Those turkey eggs are so pretty! They remind me of the large speckled malted milk ball eggs that you can buy at Easter time.
The moon was gorgeous over Cape Cod last night. We went down to the beach and sat there with the kids in tow. My son said he would remember that night forever
I love the beautiful eggs. How many turkeys do you have? We have wild flocks of turkeys on the Cape that wander through our yards from time to time. They are a hoot!
Those eggs are beautiful !!!
I so wanted to see that moon too but it was cloudy yesterday then today even worse ! rain rain rain .
It may wash all the snow away though
Very pretty eggs!! I tried to get a photo of the moon but no luck, It was so beautiful & I love you got a photo of it.
Those eggs sure would make some nice Easter eggs!
I watched the moon rise over the Blue Ridge and it was a beauty — pale orange at first, then rising to a brighter orange. So beautiful.
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