A Day Without Rain…

A day without rain is a glorious day! I spent as much time outdoors as possible – weeding, trellising the tomato plants, snipping the scapes off my garlic, weed whacking, etcetera. I’m not the only one who was happy to be out and about today.

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Shadow took her babies on a tour of the yard.

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They had lots of adventures, hunting and pecking, always staying close to their mama.

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Shadow taught the babies about the joys of dust baths.

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This little one couldn’t help but fall asleep, tired from all the activity.

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Puddles enjoyed nibbling on my lupine which was pounded to the ground by the rains.

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They Banty’s have had a little too much togetherness lately. Salty looks as if she’s feeling a little testy towards Clover.

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Is this a hen’s way of saying, “Not today, I have a headache?”

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