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Oh niccolino that is just like a kid...Love the story.... I used to love to collect the eggs too... thanks for stopping by..
Lovely, looks like an Autumn afternoon in the picture! We kept chickens when I was a child. I thought it would be a good idea to go collect the eggs from the henhouse with roller skates on as I thought it would be quicker! Yeah, right! I had to get our nextdoor neighbour's dog to lick up the incriminating evidence! I was annoyed because that was the day the hens laid the most eggs in the whole year, but it didn't count as I had dropped three! I never told my parents and they never found out! Ah, memories! Thanks for posting.
Thanks Shirley..... It was a surprise...
Nice pic, Thanks Pat.
After the day we turned around and went back to get the camera that's the first thing I grab when going out the door....thanks Fran HugsGnt thank you very much... almost named it PG and friend.. because it was a rooster and hen...
good shot and very good set
So glad your camera goes everywhere with you.
And this was one ... Had to take the picture from the car windshield .... then crop the car out... thanks Jan
Fun photo, Pat. I love to catch pictures of unexpected delights!
They were so pretty the picture doesn't do them justice... If I ever see them again I will be more prepared... thanks Sis
I think it's familiy of the chicken in my garden. Maybe they can call her, then she can find her way back home. Lovely photo Pat.
I think they are Lorna... nice to see you...
Looks like they were enjoying a bit of sun.
I think because it was so nice yesterday... temps were in the forties...thanks Ardy..hugs
Wouldn't think they'd want to to out and around in this weather. I don't. Thanks, Pat.
There is a house that sits in the woods I'm sure that's where they belong... this was the first time I had seen them and I travel that road quite often....thanks Lucy for stopping by
One problem I see ,,Can't find the nest of eggs they lay. Had free range hens too, and they really hid their nests.