I also washed the windows on my house. Just the ones I could reach outside. The inside will have to wait. While in a cleaning mood, I raked some foliage from the yard, and tore out the cherry tomato tree growing next to the coop. And yes, I said tree. That was no ordinary tomato plant. It spanned at least 8 feet tall. I have never seen a tomato plant grow that large. That says nothing for the stalk left in the ground I didn't have the strength to pull. I'm thinking it needs to be chained to the back of a truck to pull it out. Well maybe not, but it sure sounds fun to do.
I had just given the younger chickens a bath last week and already the white ones were in need of another one. This time they knew what they were in for, and weren't as cooperative. They do look pretty all cleaned up. If only it would last more than a couple days. They like to walk over each other and leave footprint marks on one another.
|Lilly the Leghorn|
|Ginger, Amber, and Licorice|
|Miss Tail Feathers|