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August 5, 2011
I received a call from the post office around 2pm.   They had left a message at my home and also on my cell phone.  The cell phone message was from a very concerned postal worker.  Apparently, my peeping package had arrived and it was making them very nervous.  I suppose the Osterville post office does…

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February 15, 2011
When is a rooster mean?  I am not sure that it is entirely easy to draw a line in black and white.  How much does nature and hormones play in their actions?  Can a rooster suddenly turn mean? I guess I have been thinking about these things lately because Chocolate, for better or worse, is…

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February 8, 2011
Peanut, our rooster, who we rehomed this past Fall   Tilly, the head hen Last night I was reminiscing about the chickens as babies. They were so cute.  I guess I was thinking about them especially because I have been getting all sorts of information about ordering baby chicks for this Spring. I know that I will…

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November 5, 2010
My poor little chicks, they were so confused in the beginning.  I guess sometimes everything wants a mother.  We all yearn for our mothers even as adults. To monitor the temperature of the brooder when we first got the chicks, I used a digital thermometer.  It is silvery gray in color has an LED screen…

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November 1, 2010
I got news today that one of my dear friend’s chickens passed away.  I am praying and hoping time will heal all sadness and grief. Fuzzy  April 2010-October 2010 She will be missed dearly.  She was loved by her human family as well as her chicken family.  She was always up for new adventures.  She…

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October 13, 2010
In the early days, our favorite little chicken was Peanut.  Peanut was always so curious; the first to come to us, discover the newest addition placed into his tiny 2’x2′ world.  Peanut always needed more care than the others in the beginning too.  Peanut was the one that I wasn’t sure would survive.  Peanut seemed…

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Sharing an inspired life from the New England seaside. Chickens, Bees, Gardens, Art and Yummy Goodness.