Yesterday, during my walk, I saw a flock of wild turkeys strolling the trailer park. They kept their distance, but were unafraid clucking softly as I walked beside them on the lane. Turkeys are common in the park, along with squirrels, chipmunks, and deer. Today -- Thanksgiving in the USA -- it's too cold, rainy, and windy to venture outside. But I thank park management for not allowing any shooting within the forested park limits. I'm sure the turkeys, if they knew of their hunting range cousins, would be thankful too.