How cute is that! I want one! Must get husband to lumber store! Ha,ha, word verification is cractor. Cathy S.
What a lovely area! The coop is perfect and the flowers and garden area around it look like a really nice place to spend time during the day. Those pretty little chickens are living in style!!
Holy cow, that's GORGEOUS!!! What a beautiful back yard you've got. I can just see sitting out there, relaxing. Beautiful!
You are so wild. I don't have a window box!!! It's smowing here, I'm checking airlines. Beautiful job dear ones, as in all that you do.love, Mama K.
Cathy, I can't help but smile at the cuteness everytime I walk out back, glad it's not just me.ScMomma, I spend WAY more time than I should out there!LOLLaura, I can tell Hubs is gonna be sooo happy with all the nice words today. :)
That looks so pretty! I wanna be one of your chickens. :)
Lisa, just not Yoko! She's turned into the biggest meanie, always going after my little Vera.Mom, I didn't help other than give my opinion here and there. ;} I was waiting in the car line yesterday at school when you called, I didn't want you to think I was blowin' you off.
Dani, Functionality is one thing but looking good, too, is another. That is the nicest little chicken coop I've ever laid eyes on. I love the way you 'cutsied' it up with the potted flowers -- must have potted flowers. And, well... the window box is icing on the cake.Great job!Meems
What a great coop, it inspires me to get my plans together for spring!
Meems, I've seen your potted plants Meems, and you put as all to shame! :) Thank you for the sweet words, I was outside earlier telling the chickies (doesn't everbody talk to their chickens?)how much everyone liked the new digs.Kim, there you are!!! It's been quite at the City Pfarm lately. I know your looking forward to having chicks, have you come up with any breeds that you really like?
Adorable! Lovely flowers too.
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