I was driving over the hill the other day and saw seven wild turkey so I came home and made a wild turkey platter. Over the years I've seen a lot of wild turkey but I've never seen one with it's tail feathers on display. Perhaps I need to see them during the mating season.
The other day we got our propane delivery and just in time. A few days later it got down to 38 F. It's gone back up in temperatures again but we're ready if any more cold snaps happen. The fireplace has a thermostat so it goes on and off automatically. For many years we heated with fire wood; it's nice not to have to carry in wood not to mention all the chopping and splitting. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.