Let’s Talk Turkey (Notes)

It’s what you’ve been waiting for all year:  our annual Turkey Note blog post!

Since we’ve pretty much covered the basics last year, we thought we’d share some staff-created, Special Collections\library-oriented Turkey Notes for the enjoyment of our loyal readers.

Turkey Tall,
Turkey Short,
Turkey Says, “Who killed Colonel Davenport?”

Turkey Saw,
Turkey Looked,
Turkey Says, “Read that book!”

 Turkey Clue
Turkey Mystery
Turkey Says, “We’ve got local history!”

 Turkey Cough
Turkey Sneeze
Turkey asks, “Have you seen our frieze?”

 Turkey Science,
Turkey Biology,
Turkey says we can help with genealogy!

You’ll all be happy to know that we’re keeping our day jobs . . .

Please feel free to add your own in our comment section!  Extra turkey points will be awarded if you find a  decent rhyme for genealogy  and\or the Upper Mississippi Digital Image Archive.

Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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3 Responses to Let’s Talk Turkey (Notes)

  1. Adrian says:

    Turkey shuck,
    Turkey jive,
    Turkey checks out Upper Mississippi Digital Image Archive!

    You kinda have to slur the last bit to squeeze it all in.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. swesson says:

    Adrian, you rock!

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Sarah

  3. Amber says:

    I wrote one while on the reference desk yesterday:

    Turkey Geek,
    Turkey Nerd,
    Turkey says, “I’m Team Edward!”

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