Monday, September 15, 2008

Goodbye Chickens



We had to say goodbye to our chickens and send them to a new farm. They are moving from out one acre to an 80 acre spread with a pond. Which the duck, Lime, will love. But we were so sad to seem them go. No chickens allowed in the National Park at this point. Perhaps I should start a movement.

We also put our house up for sale! I buried a St Francis to see if we could get his help. With this market we will need it.

11 comments:

tut-tut said...

Good luck with your house sale!! It's a pretty one.

Pecos Blue said...

We will miss it!

rika said...

The pic of Bryn hugging the chicken is so sweet. I am so excited for your move. We can't wait to come visit.

xo Rika and gang

Kelly said...

I can't remember where I got the fabric, seems like it might have been in a Quilt Store in Springfield, MO. I had never seen any before, so grabbed it up. Kasey loves Elmo. Good luck on your move, your pictures are really beautiful. I have never been to the Grand Canyon.

Pecos Blue said...

Who would think Elmo fabric would be hard to find?

Lisa said...

Such a beautiful house. I hope you get the price you are chasing.

Bye bye chickens.

Em said...

Awwww... that's so sweet! I hope you enjoy living at the Grand Canyon! So sad you can't keep your chickens...

MarmiteToasty said...

Oh my, you cant take you chickens with you? :( I could never get rid of Janet or Mabel LOL I would have to wait until they snuffed if from natural causes before I moved without them :)

wow from 1 acre to 80, how wonderful, good luck on the sale of your house.....

least you buried a StChris and not one of the chickens :0)

x

MarmiteToasty said...

ps....... Im just starting to learn how to quilt, its something Ive always wanted to do.... I even now know what a 'fat quarter' is LOL and there was me thinking is was a 'comfortably covered lady' LOL

X

Yarni Gras! said...

pretty house!

Pecos Blue said...

It was hard to give up the girls but they do have a lovely new home.