This is three of the seven white turkeys the farm house renters have adopted. I bet these turkeys will never grace a Thanksgiving table. The renters love their pets and they have lots of them. I will have to say these turkeys are not white after the rains. Their feathers are muddy and ugly. How do you bathe a turkey anyhow? Very carefully? When we went out to the ranch Saturday the wind was blowing so hard it made feeding the turtles diffcult for me and for them. It was hard for them to swim against the ripples in the water and when I threw the food toward the water it would blow back. We drove to the east end to look for Betsy (blind cow). She was okay but resting instead of grazing like usual. The mesquite is so thick and green we can never see her from the highway any longer. We drove all around the field of haygrazer. It is about ten or twelve inches tall now. We were surprised the field was not full of deer and hog tracks. They have enough green stuff in the brush so they don't feel its neccesary to come out into the open field to munch on the haygrazer YET. We have seen hogs eating on the field across the highway. When we finished we went by John's daughter's house. While we were there one of her goats started having a fit, siezure, what ever you want to call it. It was shaking all over and pawing the ground. They got it into the goat barn into the shade and gave it some sweet feed and water. They went to town but couldn't find any medicine on Saturday. It could have eaten something bad, maybe loco weed. Its all better now and expecting a kid soon.