A Turkey Trot...


This week my friend Alison from The Polohouse did a funny post about her Vintage Gobblers...which she thinks are ugly, but they really are great!  She inspired me to share a few of my funny looking birds, too!  I often line them up down the center of the Thanksgiving table...a turkey trot, so to speak! The grandchildren are always amused by them!  This big platter always is on the table, too!  Setting out these pieces always bring wonderful family gatherings to mind...



There are several sets of vintage turkey salt and pepper shakers...


and some colorful planters...




this is a little old chalkware pair...


and even some vintage Gurley candles...



Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays...a special time of counting our blessings, family traditions, and sharing a special meal!  This year, we are blessed that all of our children will be joining us for Thanksgiving dinner!  I hope you all have a wonderful week and a Happy Thanksgiving to my US friends!

I am joining Suzanne at Privet and Holly's Monday Moments 

Until next time...             

33 comments

  1. Thanks for sharing your "turkey trot", what a sweet sight and a lovely post. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving with all of your children...:)

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  2. Your 'Turkey Trot' is wonderful! Your grandchildren will love them. Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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  3. I love those Gurley turkeys. Which reminds me - mine are still sitting in the bin in the basement. Ah well, next year I'll let them see the light of day. Have a lovely holiday.

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  4. What a cute post! I only have one Turkey....but I think they are adorable! Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  5. Love your 'turkey trot' how cute! You have a great collection of vintage turkey's! Happy Thanksgiving! hugs, Linda

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  6. I am afraid of real turkeys but just love all of your turkey decorations! Happy Thanksgiving to you!!

    ~Trisha

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  7. They are not the prettiest birds - but a fun collection!
    Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

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  8. Your turkeys look very fun all strutting their stuff! They really are not attractive looking birds, are they. I love that your grand children enjoy them, and thrilled for you that you will have all of your children around you for Thanksgiving. What a blessing!!!
    Have a beautiful week and a blessed Thanksgiving.
    Love and hugs, Cindy

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  9. Cute idea to trot the turkeys out on the Thanksgiving table. I'm always amused by the planters, because they seem like a weird item. I have a white one that I never quite know what to do with at Thanksgiving. Right now he's just sitting on a pedestal with a big gaping hole in his back and no plants in site.

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  10. What a great collection. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!Gobble, Gobble.
    xxx Liz

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  11. Cute turkey trot :) Thanks for a fun idea for my table that the Granddaughter will enjoy!
    Happy Thanksgiving, Linda!
    Warmly,
    deb

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  12. Wow! You have quite a few of the vintage gobblers...thanks for sharing the "turkey trot"! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, Linda!

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  13. That's quite a collection of turkeys you've got there! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  14. Too cute! I just bought my first turkey decorations - two vintage cranberry colored mini candle holders. I'll try to remember to post a picture at some point.

    We had a great Thanksgiving back in October, here in Canada. I wish you the same for your holiday this coming Thursday.

    Chy

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  15. LOVE all your cute turkeys! I have a turkey platter just like yours. It comes out for a visit every Thanksgiving. Have a great holiday with your family. Mimi

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  16. Your collection of turkeys is wonderful. Happy Thanksgiving.

    Danielle

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  17. such a fun and unique collection! happy almost thanksgiving ;)

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  18. That is a fabulous collection...love the candles!

    Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  19. Hello sweet lady! :) Just wanted to take a second to wish you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving!! (and your turkeys are so cute and festive!) I have our dining room table all decorated for Christmas with some lovely pink vintage ornaments. ;-) I'll be thinking of you while i'm eating my meal.
    Love ya lots
    Missy

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  20. Hi from the Amtrak
    train as we zoom from
    NYC down to D.C. !
    I have inherited a few
    salt and pepper turkeys
    and it is lays so nostalgic
    to put them out....Wonder
    if my sister in law will
    have any on her table??
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    Can't wait to see you in a
    few, short weeks : )

    xx Suzanne

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  21. cute collection!!! Happy Thanksgiving dear lady!
    Love
    Hollie
    ~PS...finally posted about Junk Bonanza=)

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  22. Linda, I love all your gobblers! Have a wonderful (and finally healthy) Thanksgiving. Ann

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  23. I love your turkeys!! Happy Thanksgiving!
    :)Heidi

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  24. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Linda!!!
    XO
    Cindy

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  25. Cuties pie turkey's Linda! Wishing you and your wonderful family a very blessed day! XO

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  26. Love the "turkey trot". Such a variety of lovely turkeys. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  27. Clearly..... you have THE best collection of turkeys in blogland, Linda!
    Love your sweet turkey trot collection.
    :)
    Awesome.
    xx
    A
    Thanks for linking me too!
    You are the best.

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  28. Linda,
    I hope you had a great Thanksgiving. I Love, Love the idea of gobblers running down your dining room table. You have a great collection. I had to play catch up on your blog so here's my faves in no particular order.
    Turkey parade
    Fall hutch
    Greens & skates on the porch
    & the vinyl letters on your door. (Ive got to visit that etsy shop)
    Hope your week is happy, healthy & creative!
    Lisa

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  29. I love your turkey trot! That is absolutely the perfect Thanksgiving display and a fabulous collection.
    I worked late hours last week and didn't have a chance to do a Thanksgiving type post. I posted about a new store. That was odd for me because I'm a vintage type gal. So it truly made me appreciate your very Thanksgiving post. Wonderful!
    I hope you had a very Happy Thanksgiving and are enjoying the weekend.

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  30. I love, love, love your turkey collection! Thanks for stopping by my blog:)
    'hugs from afar'

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  31. Love the turkey trot. Wow, where did the holiday go?

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  32. I love them, I'm sorry to say I don't own one turkey, how could that be?? Well, since it's past Thanksgiving I am going to wish you a Merry Christmas. Hum, it seems a little early for that, but it will be here before you know it!!

    Carol

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  33. Oh my, what a collection! I think they are very funny. Who knows, maybe they will become popular like owls or squirrels! I love the turkey trot...lol!
    Hug,
    Suz

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