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Morning

Sep
13


It looks peaceful, but actually there are a whole bunch of roosters crowing here!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 13, 2011  

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  1. 9-13
    7:27
    am

    I hope you are out on your porch with a cup of steaming hot coffee, still in your jammies enjoying this. Roosters and all.

  2. 9-13
    8:24
    am

    That is absolutely beautiful!!!

  3. 9-13
    9:06
    am

    Stunning!

  4. 9-13
    9:12
    am

    Reminds me of home! BLESS you, REST.

  5. 9-13
    9:19
    am

    What a gorgeous view.

  6. 9-13
    9:31
    am

    Remedy;stewpot.

  7. 9-13
    9:50
    am

    Suzanne, The crowing is a message to you I am sorry to say, “It is more work.” “Time to make the feathers fly.”

  8. 9-13
    10:29
    am

    Suzanne it might not be quiet there but its beautiful! :happyflower:

  9. 9-13
    10:54
    am

    Gorgeous colors! I can feel the serenity from here.

  10. 9-13
    11:37
    am

    “Morning has broken, like the first morning…” or however that old 70′s song goes. Beautiful view, Suzanne!

  11. 9-13
    11:39
    am

    I would LOVE this picture for my desktop :)

  12. 9-13
    11:39
    am

    Lovely. I can hear the rustling of the hay, the bleating of the goats, the roosters crowing and the hens chortling. Still sounds peaceful to me though.

  13. 9-13
    12:50
    pm

    What a wonderful way to start the day!

    I sure wouldn’t want to leave that view!

  14. 9-13
    12:56
    pm

    I want to take those colors and bottle it!! Absolutely breath taking!

  15. 9-13
    2:44
    pm

    That is a beautiful photo. And the noise we don’t have to hear is what you get for buying a whole order of rooster chicks. I got chicks for the first time this year and had only four roosters in the batch and that was a nightmare. It sure is nice now that they are all gone. Peace that matches that photo.

  16. 9-13
    3:26
    pm

    Gorgeous picture!

  17. 9-13
    3:47
    pm

    WOW~ absolutely GORGEOUS!

  18. 9-14
    9:30
    pm

    The only way to wean that brat calf is to keep her totally away from her mother, and probably out of hearing distance. They will bawl for a few days tho. I’m sure you know that already.

  19. 9-15
    6:46
    am

    I’ve kept them apart for months at a time and every time I put her back with BP, she starts milking her again!

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