Piggy Backing Chicken Style (a short story of our first dusting)

Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by urban escapee, Dec 29, 2011.

  1. urban escapee

    urban escapee Chillin' With My Peeps

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    So there we were enjoying our morning, wondering when the "giver of treats" was going to open that dang door.
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    Some of us decided to make productive use of the time while we waited.
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    We were all looking forward to exploring all the new space that the "giver of treats" gave us yesterday.
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    Although, it seemed that the "giver" was only interested in taking pictures of our fluffy backsides.
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    Finally, the "giver" arrives, but wait....she has someone with her, and they are not opening the door. What in the WORLD is going on?
    I cackle and caw but she keeps chasing us, OH MY! What is a girl to do?

    After All, we give her gifts everyday
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    And what does she do with all of them do you suppose?
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    Cough, Cough, what is all that dust? RUN LADIES RUN...

    UHHH why are there fewer of us? SWEET the giver is opening the door, wait now its closed, whatever is all this about?

    Well the "giver" wont catch me!!
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    Wait a minute, whats this thing up here?
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    Hope you enjoy to story of my ladies getting dusted for mites today, it was an interesting experience to say the least [​IMG]
     
    Last edited: Dec 29, 2011
  2. theoldchick

    theoldchick The Chicken Whisperer

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    [​IMG] I love the second to the last picture. 'You can't find me!'
     
  3. urban escapee

    urban escapee Chillin' With My Peeps

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    LOL, I was down to dusting 4 birds and when I bent over to avoid wings and claws to the face, "lil' biddy" jumped on my back and started walking on it, my mother was laughing pretty hard, almost to hard to take the picture.
     

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