Perfect places to live in November: There are at least 19 places in the United States named after Thanksgiving's traditional main course. Turkey, Texas, was the most populous in 2004, with 496 residents; followed by Turkey Creek, La. (357); and Turkey, N.C. (267). There also are 16 townships named "Turkey," three in Kansas. Eight townships in the US are named "Cranberry" or some other spelling variation of the red, acidic berry that's a popular holiday side dish. Twenty places are named Plymouth - as in "Plymouth Rock" - legendary location of the first Thanksgiving. Plymouth, Minn., is the most populous, with 69,797 residents in 2004; Plymouth, Mass., had 54,604.
Source: US Census Bureau