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Fall Turkey Season

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vanscottbuilders

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We are headed for Fall in Upstate New York.

The leaves are beginning to change. Nights are

getting a little cooler.

The politicians are all dressed up and hurling barbs

at each other.

So Turkey hunting season can't be far away.

I'm no sure why - but one always reminds me of the other.

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That is a good observation. For all of the strutting, posturing, and braggadocio. it appears that many people are not willing to call a turkey a turkey. It doesn't matter what color it's feathers are, if it looks like a turkey, walks like a turkey, and gobbles like a turkey, it's probably a turkey. I like turkey, but I would never have one over for dinner without first holding it's feet to the fire.

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That is a good observation. For all of the strutting, posturing, and braggadocio. it appears that many people are not willing to call a turkey a turkey. It doesn't matter what color it's feathers are, if it looks like a turkey, walks like a turkey, and gobbles like a turkey, it's probably a turkey. I like turkey, but I would never have one over for dinner without first holding it's feet to the fire.

Besides turkey season approaching, it ginseng season "actually no season for it" just everyone is on the look for it. Good point James.

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That is a good observation. For all of the strutting, posturing, and braggadocio. it appears that many people are not willing to call a turkey a turkey. It doesn't matter what color it's feathers are, if it looks like a turkey, walks like a turkey, and gobbles like a turkey, it's probably a turkey. I like turkey, but I would never have one over for dinner without first holding it's feet to the fire.

Besides turkey season approaching, it ginseng season "actually no season for it" just everyone is on the look for it. Good point James.

wish I had about a pickup truck load of ginseng. I wouldn't know it if I tripped over it,but people around here,or more up towards the mountains are always on the lookout for it-kinda like gold!

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I wouldn't know what it looks like myself. I believe it's up to $350.00 a pound. A guy i work with is a big ginseng hunter, so that's all i've heard for the last couple of weeks. To be honest i've probably weed eated over about $100,000 worth.....lol

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I never trust anything that the Chinese smoke in their hookahs.

And - you know what they say that Ginseng does to you. I'm waaay

too old to be acting like that!!!!!!!

Paul VS

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I never trust anything that the Chinese smoke in their hookahs.

And - you know what they say that Ginseng does to you. I'm waaay

too old to be acting like that!!!!!!!

Paul VS

I thought that was a myth-maybe i'll do some online research so I can identify it and go on a ginseng hunt :lol:

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