mehmet

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  1. pwork Says:

    The (male) turkey was a frequent visitor, indeed. Obviously, he felt that we were trespassing his territory. He had an obsession with red t-shirts and was especially afraid of brooms. He belongs to the owner of the almost derelict farmstead north of the temple proper. His master is a descendant of the Makris family that owned the site prior to its transformation into an archaeological site. He remained mostly out of sight. But the turkey was probably conveying his feelings towards us.

    Anyway, he was the star of the site for a while, featuring especially in comments left in the visitor’s book.

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