Yup, remember that episode! I am terrified of the day mine start driving... their daddy was quite the speed demon and he has plenty of stories about it.. I fear the worst.
I love this picture! And those birds are cute as a button.
From the sound of it you'd be better off focusing on the birds that do work. If quail do so well, surely there are a lot of other folks keeping them then? Having a corner in the market with something just you provide (the chickens) seems to make more sense. Just my 2 cents ofcourse!
Lovely pictures as always. That water looks so inviting and so much fun! Love reading your stories.
Because, you know, first thing most folks do when they bring home a newborn is dig a 4 foot deep hole in their driveway.... right? Did I mention I've been digging too? 2 weeks post-partum... my doctor would be yanking out his hair if he saw me It's for a storm shelter, by the way. We've been wanting one for a while.. finally decided to do it. Dragging three little kids to a community shelter just doesn't work..
Oz, send us some of your workers? We're too dang cheap to pay the folks around here. One guy wanted $500. Sheesh!
lol yeah I think my midwife did tear her hair out when 3 weeks post C-sec I was spreading 5 cubic yards of gravel in my drive ;-)
My Edible Garden http://edible-garden.blogspot.com/ Current bird count; about 40 + or - a few chickens, 7 ducks; Easter Eggers, Olive eggers, Buff Orpingtons, Ameraucana, Black Copper Marans, Buff Plymouth Rocks, Muscovy and Welsh Harlequin ducks.