woodland thanksgiving. Posted on November 28, 2017November 28, 2017 by angelojones by angelojones it’s the pencilfox tradition to share thanksgiving dinner with the local wildlife. this year mister jones suggested the site for where the turkey carcass should be deposited. and, yes, i obliged him. and the wildlife. ****** it‘s a good life. Post navigation snowdance.right thinking. right feeling. 4 thoughts on “woodland thanksgiving.” Where? Somewhere other than the riverbank? I’d love to see who tears into that leftover carcass! At least a raven or two. Sad that TG is over. I miss my whole berry cranberry sauce. Are those fresh little ermine tracks along that nice woodsy trail? I just love how blue everything is around there. xO A beautiful Thanksgiving tradition you have there. The forest creatures must love it. x in my mind, in my heart, i believe the forest creatures love this. xx everything is so blue right now. i’m really diggin’ this evening light. xO Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.