Wonderful. I laughed out loud.Everyone has that 1 Neighbor
The tribe has been a large as 8. I have been very weak.Just had to reply to this (I am still working through your stories!).
This spring I got 2 wee silkie chicks.... Then figured why the heck I will get 3 more silkies. The first two unfortunately we're killed by a fox .
So that left three lovely little hens
Then people (niece, cousin) started giving me their chicks and hens...
Have 14 now.... This time last year all I had where 4 elderly horses!!!
So Bob if I can do it, so can you - get more hens!!!!
(FYI - my young pullets r laying blue and green eggs )
Wonderful. I laughed out loud.
I do indeed have that one neighbor (well not exactly neighbor but nearby) and I appreciate that, like a puppy, he is not just for Christmas.
I actually think he is best at Halloween.
He has cut back in recent years due to cost, but this year he invested in a giant inflatable Santa who when it drops below freezing buckles at the knees and falls down on his back.
I get a great kick out of seeing Santa out cold paralytically drunk early each morning when I head out.
Chicken tax - Minnie with places to go and no time to pose for a photo.
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I surely do.I can understand the attraction of a lovely snowfall, so pretty
But from my perspective having winter from the first of November until April, dealing with -20 to -30c cold, shoveling snow, cleaning off my truck almost every day....
The attraction wears off fast
Bob will agree with me I am sure haha!