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Gathering Spot

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I hope Glory Bee doesn’t try to get up there next!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 23, 2011  

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  1. 3-23
    4:42
    pm

    Looks comfy up there. May be room for another chicken or two… :smilerabbit:

  2. 3-23
    4:43
    pm

    That’s adorable! I want to sit there too!!!

  3. 3-23
    5:03
    pm

    black and white as the new spring colours.

  4. 3-23
    5:10
    pm

    Party this AM..ON The SPOOL!!! BE THERE! Everyone is Welcome!
    LOL
    ~~HUGS~~

  5. 3-23
    5:31
    pm

    Adorable!

  6. 3-23
    5:56
    pm

    All is right in their world. The best of life, friendship!

  7. 3-23
    6:03
    pm

    LMAO!! My husband asked if they were all on a big plate getting ready to be cooked!!! Love it!

  8. 3-23
    6:47
    pm

    I didn’t realize the goats were that small…the baby one looks the same size as the chickens! Very cute picture, Suzanne.

  9. 3-23
    7:04
    pm

    Baby Goats! Is there anything better than baby goats?

  10. 3-23
    7:20
    pm

    Love this…why can’t humans get along this good?

  11. 3-23
    8:11
    pm

    Loving this! Would be a great calendar picture!

  12. 3-23
    8:48
    pm

    Suzanne . . . are you standing there with . . . cookies????

  13. 3-23
    9:17
    pm

    Oh my goodness. I know life with farm animals is not easy but they must give you so much laughter and joy!

  14. 3-23
    10:03
    pm

    Cute photo. I agree with the previous comments: wish humans could get along that well. Love “Blessings” comment about “party time”!

  15. 3-23
    10:32
    pm

    Looks like they’re planing “Barnyard Twister”…..maybe GB is calling the positions? LOVE the pic!

  16. 3-24
    2:52
    am

    Everyone is so funny with their great quotes! I love them all! and so true baby goats are soooo cute!
    And yes can’t we all just get together and sit on the spool and talk? Great photo!

  17. 3-24
    7:07
    am

    totally adorable!

  18. 3-24
    7:26
    am

    This photo represents probably the #1 reason I peak in on Chickens In The Road: Capturing animals doing what they do when no one is watching.

  19. 3-24
    8:15
    am

    Suzanne, you couldn’t have posed them that way if you tried!

    Be sure to save this one for next year’s calendar.

  20. 3-24
    9:33
    am

    Just like some college kids trying to see how many people they can fit into a VW bug. Come on, come on, everyone, squeeze together tighter! We can do this! We can make it into the Guinness Book of Records. Just one more chicken!

  21. 3-24
    9:58
    am

    Hey, did you guys take a look at the spring mud all around them. These guys are smart enough to find a dry spot about the cold muck AND persuade their friends to come cuddle to keep them warm. And they call them dumb animals! Sounds smart to me.

  22. 3-24
    10:10
    am

    :D Such a cute pic and the perfect “gathering spot”. I love that your chickens are all free range, but do you have a problem with hawks or owls nabbing them? I am just raising baby hens for laying – my first ones – and they are not ready to be let out of the brooder/henhouse yet. I am going to build a completely enclosed “chicken run” because I am so fearful of hawk attacks. I do not have any other animals that might deter the hawks….just wondering if you ever lose any to predators…..Vivian

  23. 3-24
    12:46
    pm

    A family that plays together stays together! I loved that pic!!

  24. 3-24
    2:01
    pm

    Really a cute picture. A meeting at the round table. Thanks so much for sharing.

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