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    During a time the weather was not coordinating with our chicken coop building, my mom moved the operation indoors - to the kitchen. The kitchen is fairly frequently made over into a workshop of on...

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    violet in the (hidden) birdbath by contentedsparrow{megan}, via Flickr

    Three Amigos...I love this! My Aunt raised chickens as I was growing up. This makes me think of her which makes me happy

    little fatty... i just want to scratch her belly... Found it as a "hershey kiss" pin....there is a resemblance...

    I have this idea of an orchard in the vacant corner on the far right hand corner of our property (if you are standing in the paddock looking towards Dickins Rd) where we can let the chickens roam during the day and have their coop on that side of the property somewhere.

    Anyone venture to guess why I might be drawn to these crazy looking chickens? The 1980's come to mind...

    Mr. Rooster I needed such a fellow in my mental graphics library when I was taking Ruth Barth's classes. (Lucky me!) But he deserves a few ganglia even now.

    the chicken buffet - THAT's how you keep most of the food off the ground - easy to clean, too.

    Aunt Lydia has many chickens. "Chickens hide things. They like to keep secrets. Chickens are like women in that respect. We all have secrets, some small ones...some we're ashamed about...Some we love having..."