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Subject: [Leica] Re: Flying turkeys
From: leica at dmason.net (Dave Mason)
Date: Thu May 10 08:45:47 2007
References: <200705100252.l4A2pXhM028484@server1.waverley.reid.org> <A496E702-FB47-4A41-A2EF-74FA1DA8F699@optonline.net> <200705100331.l4A3V25s035094@server1.waverley.reid.org> <014e01c792c1$aab60ef0$6101a8c0@jimnichols> <46433C01.email@example.com>
>>> But, in any event, Butterball turkeys, or their equivalent, DO fly,
>>> though, admittedly, not under their own steam.
I just got back from two weeks in Costa Rica - on the Osa Peninsula -
and saw a type of turkey that does indeed fly, and quite well. I was a
little disappointed when I tracked back through this thread to see
that it has nothing to do with my flying turkey.
I think I am still having trouble coming out of vacation-mode.
In reply to:
Message from lrzeitlin at optonline.net (Lawrence Zeitlin) ([Leica] Re: Flying turkeys)
Message from marcsmall at comcast.net (Marc James Small) ([Leica] Re: Flying turkeys)
Message from jhnichols at bellsouth.net (Jim Nichols) ([Leica] Re: Flying turkeys)
Message from lists at mcclary.net (Harrison McClary) ([Leica] Re: Flying turkeys)