A visit to the Hovander Homestead Park (a county park near Ferndale, WA) was the destination for some exploring. This one time farm caused some recollections from my farm days as a wee tyke.
Since I was only familiar with the wild turkey and the white turkey that arrived in the grocery store at Thanksgiving, I found this turkey to be worth a photo. An internet search (Wikipedia or turkey breeds and some photos at OSU) found there are just a few domesticated breeds of turkeys. This one is not one that will find its way to your dinner table at Thanksgiving. It is known as one of the heritage breeds. In this case it is the Royal Palm.
The park included vegetable gardens and orchards. And then there was this cultivated weed patch for identification of weeds. Huh. Who cares. A weed is a weed no matter what its name.