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The chickens aren’t in the road, yet they appear to be, with the road winding away behind them. It says “chickens in the road” to me even though they aren’t really in the road. (They’re a little safer here.) It’s a few days early (but then isn’t everything about this spring early?) and I just added this photo to my CITR photo shop as the April free desktop wallpaper. You can get it here!

This month, I also added a jaunty photo of Boomer and a cat photo to the Dogs & Cats gallery. Check it out if you like (and for those of you with photo studio rewards, these are a few more choices.)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 27, 2012  

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  1. 3-27
    7:09
    am

    Picture perfect comes from this picture! I love it!!

  2. 3-27
    8:37
    am

    Isn’t that the porch-roosting, wine-drinking chicken from the old place? Sort of emblematic don’cha think?

  3. 3-27
    10:30
    am

    These are beautiful!

  4. 3-27
    11:00
    am

    Suzanne, what type of chicken is the one in the front, with the beige and black feathers?

  5. 3-27
    11:14
    am

    Still have not spilled the secret! Arrrggghhh! :hissyfit:

  6. 3-27
    11:51
    am

    :happyflower: Suzanne, thank you for the photo of Boomer–I just loved him and miss him.
    Any updates on Coco? I looked eveyday, but afriad I may have missed one.
    Thank you

  7. 3-27
    11:51
    am

    Thumbs up!!

  8. 3-27
    12:58
    pm

    Joell, I’m hoping to bring Coco home this week, which is the main reason I wanted to get the house/studio grounds fencing done asap.

  9. 3-27
    2:33
    pm

    I am hoping the news is a buyer for Stringtown Farm!

    I missed much of your March posts (due to life getting too busy here) and just went back to read them all. Taking a donated stove – Really?!? That is pretty low. Being abusive, yelling, denigrating a woman when her children were in the home. Even lower. Pond scum? Nope, too much of a compliment to bestow on a man who would do any or all of this.

    Selling that isolated farm would be a true blessing for you, Suzanne. The financially as well as emotionally. I do hope if this isn’t your news this week, it will be in the near future!

  10. 3-27
    2:35
    pm

    Scuze the lack of editing – I was riled up when I wrote the above post. :?

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