Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Tuesday Farm Photo: Who Needs Ducks in a Row?


We've Got Chickens Lined Up

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4 comments:

  1. I just read your bio and it is so familar. We moved from No.Cal to Texas in 1995 into Houston and city living of course. Where I was the Director of Girls Soccer lots of glitz and tv interviews! Then we visited some of our friends country places and the longing began. Now we live on 5 acres and we are already longing for more land, we love the country! My Berkeley education has not been as helpful as my love for learning. I don't read much Chaucer at this point but I can't put down Storey's guide to chickens! LOl's...its wonderful how the Lord changes our hearts and turns us in unexpected directions. I'm gonna search your site for some of this good country cooking I see advertised at the top.
    Kyle
    Ma of 3 p's in a pod!

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  2. Great Pic!

    I am so excited about the 3 more lambs!!

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  3. That's too funny- the hens are looking at the roosters like "will y'all puleeze scoot over!!"
    Bwahahaha

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  4. Your chickens must have been talking to mine--I took this photo a couple weeks ago.
    http://www.thefrugalfarm.com/node/109

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