I found this painting on Wikimedia Commons today and just loved it. There are many chicken-themed paintings that I enjoy. I’m pinning some of them on my Chicken Art Pinterest board today, but she was my favorite! I hope you had a beautiful Monday.
Here are some images from our visit to our new property in West Virginia today. The property is at 3,800 feet and covered in gorgeous, rare red spruce. There is a 50′ pond, a large house which was built in the 1930s and added to in the 1990s. It has interior plumbing from a strong …
In the front garden… Under the deck… warm feet! On the deck – great views and exotic companions… Begging for treats at the mudroom door… Hiding under a table… Traveling along designated paths… Inside on the roost! Shared with:
Here’s a few pictures from my Thanksgiving trip to Northwest Arkansas. I hope everyone had a beautiful day with friends and family! Shared with:
Here are a few pictures of my oldest pair of Basque Hens. I have one cockerel and a point-of-lay pullet, pictured here, and two younger pullets. Happy Thanksgiving!
I live in a hollow on the north side of my ridge, and there are many times during the darker part of the year when we do not get direct sunlight during much of the day. During the relatively rare moments of sun in the winter, I love to see the way my chickens’ feathers …
Just for fun, here are some feathered “flappers”! Sharing with:
A Basque Hen pullet one morning this fall. Shared with: