A few of my feathered babies having some scratch time in the pasture along with visiting Deer
Rosie tip toes through the tulips
I call our place Hen House Hill. This is the little house my Husband built for my chickens, I added the
rocking chair, pitch fork and other items to the photo
I was born and raised in the city. At the age of 38 I moved to the country and for 12 years I have loved
learning to grow my own food. I still have much to learn! I was quite proud of my crop of 42 pound
watermelons in 2007, they were a big hit with myself and my chickens
Buttercup's first chick, we named her Ramona
Mick is a cross between a Silver Laced Wyandotte Hen and White Leghorn Roo
My four year old dog, Tres playing with the new kittens
Photography is one of my hobbies. I had fun snapping these Finch on the backyard feeder.
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