Wednesday, January 6

Wednesday Dose of Cute: Easiest Guard Job Ever

Lucky Buddy Bear and some extremely safe chickens (taken 12/07)

Love the chick pics? You'll find lots more of them here.

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  1. yes, I am waiting for my half inch of snow in memphis, I do not get any....


  3. BEAAAAAR!!!

    I don't know when that dog ever gets a chance to sleep, with all the animals to guard and all. It's a hard life he lives.

  4. That is one secure coop!

  5. We're getting snow right now - first 'big' snow this winter. So far, it's just been maybe 1/4 inch or so, a dusting here and there. I guess we are due for something with a little more impact, huh?

    Love your doggie, and the chickens, too!

    Stay warm.

  6. My English Shepherd, Nicky (who looks surprising like Buddy Bear but without the prick ears), *loves* to watch over his chickens! The daily "Chicken Check" is one of his favorite chores. My husband thinks its because Nicky is dreaming of 'McNicky Chicken Nuggets'.

    Hope to see more of Lucky Buddy Bear in 2010!

  7. maureen thompson9/23/2012 11:31 AM

    Dear farmgirl, Thank you so much for sharing all of the beautful pictures, and fun recipes. I LOVE Farmgirl Fare. I wish I could be there. Maureen


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