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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

My exciting life

The chickens are very happy now. I made the a perch on the back wall of the carport. They now have a fenced in yard and I caught them out there today. So now I know they are no longer to chicken to go out side and play. My daughter is still here. This is her dog Falcor. She is looking at my cat.

And this is Crash. He is not as happy to see the dog as she is to see him.
These are pictures of our road trip to go to Amy's.
The hillsides are right after Jefferson City Mo.
Where our state capitol of Mo is.
This is my favorite house on a hill side.
The fall colors are not quite right this year.
How would you like a house up there?
click on the picture for a better view.
You will see a number of big houses up there.
They are too close to the edge for me.

8 comments:

Rebeckah said...

I would love a house up on that hill! It is SO pretty : ). I am glad your daughter and her pets can visit : ). I know you like the excitement! We used to have chickens when I was a little girl. Rhode Island Reds and the black and white kind, just like yours. I can't remember what they are called now. Hmmmmm.

The Happy Housewife said...

Beautiful pictures. Our leaves aren't quite right this year either. I am not sure why though!
Toni

FourOf5zs said...

I don't miss our chicken raising days at all... we even raised a couple of turkeys.

The country side looks beautiful.

Thank you for stopping by my blog. No improvement with my back yet.

Gail said...

I would love the house on the hill but not during tornado season! I would not like to clean that much house either.

Wendy said...

I love the house on the hill too! Chickens are cute. We had snow today.

Shabby Olde Potting Shed said...

Chickens in the carport? LOL When I turn mine loose, they come up on our porch and help themselves to all the catfood. Then, if it's raining, they hunker down right up next to our front door and stand on the WELCOME MAT. heheaooaaoo
Lea

Carla said...

I like to look at the edge, but I don't like to LIVE on it (figuratively and literally). Love the cat and dog expressions-priceless! No longer too "chicken to go out side and play" LOL!!

Maybe your leaves will change before they fall.

Rottlady of the Ozarks said...

I think watching the chickens can be a lot of fun! Thanks for visiting my blog and I'm glad to find yours.