Yes. I stood up by reflex. It was not any thought process on my part. It happened way too fast. If I was not lucky I would have seen Sansa at best badly injured.That is a problem. Even if I had a pistol in a belt like the cowboys, I doubt I would be quick enough to get a shot in.
Sometimes I see them coming but more often I see then leaving and the damage is done.
I'm very glad you took the time. You have handled a lot recently.Happy Thanksgiving and King's Day folks! I hope your hearts and minds are full of joy.
It wasn't a holiday a Australia but I took a restful day nonetheless. After several very long days and Peggy's appointment and my neighbours mum died (not suddenly but not too drawn out either), I needed some peace and quiet. Blossom aproved.
I keep debating the ethics of training Gus like a warhorse, or at least to accidentally nudge unpleasant in-laws off steep cliffs... but he’s just so sweet (when he isn’t storming my chicken housing for snacks!) I have recently encountered some “small issues” with flying chickens. Not just Tailless, but Zip Tie, my flying MEAT bird! I have seen her gain altitude; how, with those stubby wings I do not know... She has now learned that if she flies to the top of the plastic snow fencing and lands on it, with her awesome 8-10lbs of weight, she can drop it enough for her sisters to also manage a jailbreak! Unfortunately this separates them from their cover from Ariel predators, and dry covered run area in rain.And there was me thinking you would show it to Gus and provoke a cow uprising against the farm people you despise. I think a cow uprising supported by chickens from the air could be game-changing for you.