Thanksgiving Towns

On November 21, 2007 · 2 Comments

Those of you in the United States will be celebrating Thanksgiving on November 22nd, so in recognition of that happy occasion, Strange Geography offers you a guide for your holiday feast.

No Thanksgiving is complete without Turkey, so we offer several choices on the menu:

  • Turkey, TX
  • Turkey, NC
  • Turkey, AR
  • Turkey, WV
  • Turkey City, PA



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And to round out your plate with all the trimmings.

  • Cranberry, PA
  • Pumpkin, TX & Pie, WV
  • Corn, OK & Cobb, GA
  • Bean City, FL
  • Cornucopia, WI

I’ve actually been to one of these towns: Cornucopia, Wisconsin. It’s home to Siskiwit Falls and just south of the Mawikwe Sea Caves.

Whatever Strange Geography you find yourself traveling through this Thanksgiving, I hope you have a happy journey and best of luck with the traffic.

On November 21, 2007 · 2 Comments

2 Responses to “Thanksgiving Towns”

  1. FS says:

    There’s also a Cranberry Township, PA, which is nowhere near Cranberry, PA.

  2. Rob Dougherty says:

    Punkin Center, CO

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