Wednesday, September 30, 2009

LAST DAY OF SEPTEMBER

Here in New England we woke to a beautiful crisp autumn morning. Can it really be the last day of September.A good morning for baking.
The kitchen was soon filled with the scent of pumpkin and spices.I think someone else smelled the deletable aromas. First Miss Henny Penny made her was to the front door stoop
and soon was joined by Gladys and Georgia.Gladys, Georgia, and Henny Penny are my most curious girls. So it came as no surprise when I looked out the front door and found them looking in. Now there is one drawback to having chickens who enjoy your company, they tend to want to follow you where ever you go. Sorry girls you dine alfresco.




5 comments:

Eve said...

They are so sweet!! Enjoy the fall girls, it'll be coopville soon enough!

Jenny wren's nest said...

I though you were going to say that the leave little steaming piles of fertelizer every where they go.
I would like to know how you get the chickens to look at you to take pictures, mine are to busy looking down for grub.
Jenny

Kritter Keeper said...

ahhh, as i said before, you are so lucky to have your chicken babies! they are very pretty and cute! that bread looks good! made some pumpkin bread the other day (and it is all gone!)...

Rural Rambler said...

I know I have said it before but I just love pictures of the girls :) They look so happy and healthy! Julie just call me crazy or maybe I have a very active imagination but on your baked loaves, the one on the left. It looks like a little chick on the top. I made CH look too and he kinda sees it!!!

My word verification is apeer!

dog trot farm said...

As you all can see from my post's I love my girl's. Jenny I sit for very long periods of time to acquire those shots. RR I do believe you are right I do see a chicken outlined on the bread. My brother as me if I might start looking like a chicken as ( frank perdue did/does.) God help me.