After saying his pardoning powers are limited and these turkeys did not receive names, Governor Dayton laughed when a reporter asked if these would then be entering the food stream.
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Gallery: When Doug Dayton bought nearly 100 acres of woods and fields just a few minutes north of Wayzata, he vowed to create a refuge of waving grasslands, knotted walking trails and placid ponds
Gallery: The house sits above a heart-shaped reflecting pond
Gallery: Modern sculpture dots the landscape
Gallery: This Zen-like space with water fountain echoes the calm of the reflecting ponds outside the house.
Gallery: The house features large windows that look out over the landscape that Doug Dayton crafted.
Gallery: An orchard grows many different fruit varieties
Gallery: The house sits above a heart shaped reflecting pond
Gallery: Wildflowers like lupines abound in a restored meadow.
Gallery: This is the meadow that Doug Dayton restored
Gallery: A red-tail hawk floated above the meadow.
Gallery: A forest close to the house is part of the Big Woods.
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