Biker Chick

Apr
5


She loves the feel of the wind in her feathers, the naked road beneath her wheels.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 5, 2010  

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  1. 4-5
    4:51
    am

    A true biker chick :lol:

  2. 4-5
    6:19
    am

    so cool…I have a rooster who is starting to get real agressive at night when I go down to put them away for the night..I want to hurt JACK but….I think he is cool too..any ideas??
    my back of my legs are really looking ugly from his bites..
    Granny Trace

  3. 4-5
    7:00
    am

    Biker Roo?

  4. 4-5
    8:05
    am

    Hope Jester doesn’t get that idea. She’ll have little sidecars attached for the kids, and we’ll never see her again, for sure!

  5. 4-5
    8:47
    am

    LOL now that’s cute! I thought it was going to be a picture of Morgan on a dirt bike. He just needs a little helmet or maybe a do rag to keep those feathers out of his eyes! :devil2:

  6. 4-5
    8:50
    am

    Tracy In Paradise! Head to the forum! There’s all kinds of discussion about roosters and chickens and coops and eggs! (and lots of other things too!) Here’s a link to the topic that has some good info about roosters (and a few other things too) But there are so many other things to read about and talk about too!. I’d definitely keep an eye on that roo though!

    https://chickensintheroad.com/forum/the-old-barn/farming-and-animal-links/

    That chicken needs a tiny leather jacket and a helmet… made from half an eggshell?

  7. 4-5
    9:30
    am

    After I quit laghing hysterically enough to tell hubby WHY I was hysterical, he walked away, shaking his head sadly. Not sure whether at me or at chicken. Or at you!

  8. 4-5
    11:10
    am

    Freebird!

  9. 4-5
    12:13
    pm

    Hah! She’s great. Love all the jealous onlookers, too!

  10. 4-5
    1:46
    pm

    She’s a rebel, alright.

  11. 4-5
    1:46
    pm

    LOL, priceless!

  12. 4-5
    3:58
    pm

    So do I! So do I! I so love the country road bike rides! Its the best way to blow winter out of your system!

  13. 4-5
    7:55
    pm

    What a gorgeous gal!

  14. 4-5
    9:07
    pm

    Now someone needs to tell her to turn around and face the other way before taking off….or her butt and tail feathers are going to take a beating.

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