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Nov 15 2012
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Getting ready for my Turkey Feast

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I thought the rewards weren't that great this year, but you can work with them, they are free.  So, I'm getting ready for turkey day.   Just showing what you can actually do with them and they will work.  So not too bad an event.   The back ground at Pier Park, is  certainly beautiful especially the lake park.  Almost real like  Smiley Happy   

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Re: Getting ready for my Turkey Feast

Nov 15, 2012

pineapples, bananas and oranges? what is this, Hawaiian Thanksgiving? Smiley Tongue


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the_original_se wrote:

pineapples, bananas and oranges? what is this, Hawaiian Thanksgiving? Smiley Tongue


Yes, I got people coming in from Hawaii, so I had to add some tropical stuff   Smiley Happy

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Nov 15, 2012

Cool where did you get the table from?

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two years ago from the old furniture store, might sold out, old mall. ty Smiley Happy


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Cool where did you get the table from?


 

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rramsdell wrote:

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I thought the rewards weren't that great this year, but you can work with them, they are free.  So, I'm getting ready for turkey day.   Just showing what you can actually do with them and they will work.  So not too bad an event.   The back ground at Pier Park, is  certainly beautiful especially the lake park.  Almost real like  Smiley Happy   


If you ask me, it looks like you ARE the turkey feast! LOL!

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rramsdell wrote:

home trurkey pic.JPG

 

I thought the rewards weren't that great this year, but you can work with them, they are free.  So, I'm getting ready for turkey day.   Just showing what you can actually do with them and they will work.  So not too bad an event.   The back ground at Pier Park, is  certainly beautiful especially the lake park.  Almost real like  Smiley Happy   


If you ask me, it looks like you ARE the turkey feast! LOL!


Smiley Happy

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Nov 15, 2012
The table was several years ago in the christmas bundle with other things. I think last year they brought back the bundle, but I already had it. Maybe they'll bring it back this year. Smiley Happy
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That table IS AVAILABLE NOW and is called the 'Christmas Table' by LOOT. It was released in 2009, is .49c and can be found individually in LOOT store>furniture>tables or also as part of the 'Christmas Bundle' located at LOOT store>value packs>scroll to the very bottom. The bundle is $1.99 and has the table, Santa Claus throne, Christmas Tree, Christmas centrepiece, & 8 different presents.
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Yeah the Pier Park is done very well, looks very festive. I love the view out over the water. I definitely like the candle reward which looks like it can be used all year round as it isn't really Thanksgiving specific. It would be cool to see the boat house where the yacht was opened up for thanksgiving.

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