The Neighborhood’s Going to the Chickens

I can’t imagine what the bantam chickens were thinking as they looked out their window yesterday afternoon. Miri and Gilfy have decided that they like to hang out in the doorway of the banty coop run. They’re too big to go inside the coop!

silly chicken photo

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3 Responses to The Neighborhood’s Going to the Chickens

  1. terry thomas says:

    🙂 That’s cute. Maybe they are protecting them. Do you sell your felt bird ornaments?

    • Susan says:

      Terry, I have not sold the ornaments. I’m not sure anyone would pay for the time it takes me to make one!

  2. terry thomas says:

    Thank you for your reply, Susan. I understand. You do an excellent job on them. It’s really generous of you to share your patterns. I
    enjoy your site very much.

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