By Uncle Joe
Virginia Beach, Virginia
October 15, 2017 10:56am CST
It seems that the older I get, the faster time flies. The holidays are rapidly approaching again. Halloween candy appears to be more expensive this year than ever. I’m afraid I will just have to Kandy Kiss wrap my Ex-lax and pass that out again. Thanksgiving costs a lot these days too. Have you seen the price of those farm-raised turkeys in the supermarket? I just can’t afford one this year. Yet, it just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without a nice fat roasted bird on the table. That’s why I will have to resort to the old-fashioned method I learned from my father. All it costs is the price of a couple of #6 12 Gauge shotgun shells and a little patience. You need one shell to bag a rabbit. But you can’t eat it. That little critter is your bait. I just place the dead bunny on a quiet back road and hide in the bushes. It usually doesn’t take long to attract a turkey. These birds possess long-range vision and have a keen sense of smell. They can smell road-kill while circling high in the air. When a nice fat Tom lands to eat the bait, I blast him with the other shell. My daddy taught me that this was they way our forefathers bagged their Thanksgiving birds. Personally, I think wild turkeys are extremely tough and taste kind of putrid, but what can I do? Tradition is tradition.
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• Riga, Latvia
Well we have no Halloween celebrations and no Thanksgiving in Latvia so that makes it easy for me. This year being completely alone I am also not doing Christmas just some Bible reading and watching Christmas movies. Hope you blast a turkey to kingdom come but there is still time. Take a look at this and there are more sites online under cheap thanksgiving turkeys
Best Turkey Prices, Coupons & Deals If you’re finding this post in 2017, stay tuned. I will start to update this post again for the 2017 season starting in late October/early November. Once again, I’m going to do my best to round-up the best turkey prices
• Riga, Latvia
@UncleJoe no matter but things are expensive. Here if we wanted to recognize Thanksgiving it would cost an arm and a leg not to mention giving up eating for awhile just to get the bird and then most of the time turkey meat is tough here and not good at all.