"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
Mama buff is giving you the look...
How can you talk about the chick surviving one moment, and the next say you want a scotch egg? :-)
The Maize is beginning to swell in the fields here, and the farmers are busy putting up electric fences against both boar and badgers. Maybe a simple low down electric fence around the menagerie would save the lives of a few hens etc. The wires are set at about 10-12 inches above the ground.
Bless surrogate mummy hen.Have a fab time !
Good to hear - I wonder if the little chick could ever comprehend there are humans all around the world worrying about his/her health and future!
Are you going to pass through Bath? Give me a wave.
I am so pleased! Enjoy the show today.
I'm so glad the chick survived the night. What a sweet picture.
Nice to hear.Awww no trolley service, you should have prepared beforehand!! A hot flask of coffee and a wrapped Scotch Egg from home would have made the journey a lot more bearable.I'm sympathetic me aren't I .... hehehe
Go chick! What a little survivor.
That looks like a proud foster mum...but a little wary of the camera :)
It looks like baby chick will be the stronger survivor it's meant to be.Damn...........no coffee!!!!
Good news about the chick, not so good about the coffee.
Oh, I could see so much this buffy hen pushing you out of the way with a gruff grandmother voice saying "where's the lil'bastard? Ill take care of 'em now, get out of my way old man" and shushing the little chick in a soft motherly voice while shooting the stink eye your way as they pass... LOLas for tonight - i think this should be your new blogger theme song"ONE!!! singular sensation, every little step HE takes..."lol xoxo
Love the "Beware don't come any closer " look. I just love the way she just took over yesterday a no nonsense approach clucking all the way.I love @MrsC comment !cheers, parsnip
Aw. You must really be pleased. what are you going to call him? Lucky Clucky?
How were the tits and ass? Enjoyable, I hope. I don't know how you could carry on with your plans when that poor baby is in need.Love,Janie
Name? Nettle? No scotch egg? Life is tough.
I assumed you always carried an emergency stock of scotch eggs in case of unavailability and consequent emotional distress....
That hen is definitely giving you a dirty look, John.No coffee service in the morning? How do they expect people to get on with their day?Hope you have a good one, John!
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