Early Thanksgiving Stuffing

November 14th, 2012 · 3 Comments

At least the elk wasn’t impaled like the horse.  [Peoria, Arizona]

stuffed elk head taxidermy carousel horse Peoria Arizona home house for sale real estate photo

Lookin’ foxy in Detroit, Michigan.  It’s a coyote, right?  Is that a rifle or a stick that looks like a rifle?

stuffed coyote taxidermy Detroit Michigan home house for sale real estate photo

The javelina wants a few puffs from the hookah.  [Phoenix]

stuffed javelina taxidermy hookah pipe Phoenix Arizona home house for sale real estate photo

Random home staging in another Phoenix home.

stuffed elk deer taxidermy Phoenix Arizona home house for sale real estate photo

If those are turkey feathers, these Conway, Arkansas folk like to celebrate Thanksgiving year ’round.

stuffed deer taxidermy turkey feathers Conway Arkansas home house for sale real estate photo

Tags: Phoenix Homes · Peoria, AZ Homes · Other US Cities · Taxidermy

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 T.M. // Nov 15, 2012 at 7:13 am

    The rifle/stick is a leaf on that scraggly looking plant. And that’s the ugliest game bird taxidermy I’ve ever seen!

    As much as I don’t care for taxidermy animals, it is all the plants that keep a buyer from thinking about how they could use those windows. At least use new, flourishing plants to show how they would thrive there. Same thing about the windows being partially blocked in the two photos that follow. Thanks for your site!

  • 2 SAM // Nov 16, 2012 at 11:14 am

    Taxidermy is expensive. So is hunting. The rooms look pretty clean.
    In our area, the mounts would inhance the sale. Buyer would grill the seller where the good hunting spots are in exchange for said purchase.

  • 3 Melissa // Nov 18, 2012 at 9:03 am

    Sorry, Sam, that there’s a rifle. Look closely and you’ll see the barrel, stock, trigger housing and butt, plain as day.

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