Our birds live life with the sun, the rain, the cold and the “what’s the weather like today?” They eat bugs, worms, alfalfa leaves and grass.
Today, we moved some birds to the pasture. Our thespian children helped. After taking a photo or two, I felt confident that Brent and I could make this whole operation go quicker without them … but not as many laughs. So, I went back to my tasks and left Brent and the kiddies to it.
The pups want so much to be a part, but they waited patiently for us to return.
Lucy, who is not short … no really … okay, I think she is short, but not by French standards … shows us our chook tower.
Otto and Lucy pop the chicks in their new home. One lot at a time. Brent moved two to their one. You see, the taunting and trash talking between these two slows down the operation.
… leading artwork by Otto Curtis, age five ( at the time ). We both said it was a duck, but now think he painted a chick.