Monthly Archives: July 2011

Sometimes, I’m brilliant.

…too bad I have to be an utter moron beforehand to accomplish it. The Architect and I have been drawing up plans to make a PVC chicken run for the girls. We’ve been moving their coop around when they’ve eaten … Continue reading

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The First 100 Things…

…to disappear in a crisis/disaster/emergency: http://baconreport.blogspot.com/2007/07/top-100-items-to-disappear-first-during.html Speaking from any threat of snow here in Georgia, milk, eggs, and bread are GONE within an hour of any news channel even HINTING that we might have one snow flurry. I call it … Continue reading

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Nervous, but feeling better.

With the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks quickly approaching, I’ve been a little nervous. I feel a bit better now that we have a breeding pair of rabbits. We have another food source along with the chickens’ eggs … Continue reading

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Rabbits, finally!

My saga of attempting to get a pair of rabbits has gone on for about a year now. Originally, I set out looking for a pair of standard rex, but could only find breeders of mini rex. Then, I tried … Continue reading

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Our first egg!!!

FINALLY! I was outside this morning, trying to see if I could actually see the Atlantis shuttle from here, and I noticed that Gertrude was the only chicken in the run. I went to the coop, and lo and behold, … Continue reading

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Rooster Relocation Run v2.0

I was still asleep at 8:30 when this horrible sound filled my ears. So horrible was this sound, I was convinced that NewtCat laid beneath my window dying from some horrible wound. As quickly as I could, I fell out … Continue reading

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