Here in Sandpoint it has been a cold winter. We have a great coop but some of are chickens won't stay on it no matter how hard we try, but after the main coop they have 6 other coops that they cold stay in but no they want to tuff it up and sleep in the tree, so as you can imagine it has been a year full of, frost bite, missing toenails and even some toes there has also been one disappearance a disappearance that really tugged on my heart. It was the disappearance of Sally Sunshine my presses golden sexlinke, I loved her so much. One day cold day in late November l noticed that Sally was missing l started looking for her and became more and more worried until l was balling my eyes out, l was hart broken. Around here if a chicken goes missing they have usually gotten eaten or passed of natural causes and went into the woods to do so. I was shore she had passed away l had, had Sally for 7 years,so the loss was huge in my mind. As months passed the blow started to lighten up but it still brought tears to my eyes when l would the roost right outside the her favorite spot. Today as l was walking Master Quacker(my duck long story) and l saw chicken foot prints in the snow leasing back to the main coop and when l looked up on the roost and there she was Sally sunshine. After over 3 months of being missing she was back my little girl was home again.
Here a picture of my sweet girl