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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by wegotchickens2, Oct 31, 2008.
Hello all... Upper N. Idaho Panhandle here. Anyone else around?
I am in the central Idaho mountains. We are in the process of incubating so "mutt" eggs and have a 1 year old Papillon and a 2 year old Lab/Golden Cross. My wife in our three children love the mountains! Idahos a great place to live!!
Hope those eggs hatch and you get some nice chicks outta them! Post pics if you can! Has it showed much there yet? -Tom
Hello-Tom, no it has not snowed much in Challis, we do have some snow on the high mountain peaks however. It is a warm November for central Idaho! I am not going to complain. I candled my eggs and the ones I can see well "they are brown" seem o.k. so Far.
Thought I'd just pop my peeper up-
Russ Spriggs, here in the Bonner side of Spirit Lake.
All organic, 5 acres, greenhouses & gardens. Made up a new GH this year, it's currently being "tilled" by our flock. Intend to raise organic chicks for sale for this spring.
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Well, I am very far away now, but graduated from Priest River, a
LOONNNGGG time ago, and sure miss those mountains!
I'm about 3 hours from Coeur d'alene....
Hello kerrywoo, &rSpriggs!
kerrywoo, I just this PM passed through Priest River! Snowing like crazy too! Must be down in Spirit Lake as well, rSpriggs! all white and beautiful here just south of the Long Bridge in Sandpoint! 10-15 inches expected here through sunday with HIGH winds and lows to -8! Wind chills to -20!I sure hope the Girls can take it! We have the heat lamp on in the coop, and extral shavings down on the floor for insulation. The ski area is open(barely) but it should get better by monday. -Tom
Yup, it's white out there, Tom!
double check your generator - this is the kinda weather when we "lose it!"
As time goes by, I want to be able to swap roosters with fellow N. Idahoans. I've got a couple large (1 REALLY large) gentle guys that, when the time comes for new blood, I'd rather swap out than see go into a pot.