Vicki and I were on our way to Kingston last evening for dinner when we happened to come across the turkey convention of the NNEBMT. (Northern New England Brotherhood of Marching Turkeys) We tried several times to count them as we photographed them for what seemed like a good three minutes, but they were milling around so much that you just kept losing count. Vicki estimated them to be at 45 to 50 in number, but I think it was closer to 60 or 70 easily. They were spread out so much along the field behind the row of pine trees that we could never get them all into one picture, so look at the background. When I started taking pictures, I took the in rapid secession (inside of 15 seconds) and we were slowly moving the car as they walked. Look at the trees, they are all different locations as we moved to photograph the entire group.