My chickens would love a big red coop like yours.
What a delightful looking coop. It looks tempting enough to move in. : )Happy half way point to too!~Andrea~
I can't help but notice that "Donald" is missing! Any reason for this??? Yipee for hump day!
Oh my gosh-what I would give to have that beautiful, big, red chicken coop. That is no coop--it’s a palace. So pretty in the snow too. PS-I just love your new header--so picturesque and your house looks so pretty :)
Hi Sweetie...Oh what a beautiful share today. I love, love this post. And what a beautiful red coop for Lucy, Ethel, Thelma, Louise and Daisy Duke. They have a palace fit for Queens. Just precious sweetie.The snow looks beautiful, but I will take my desert anytime. I am not much for the cold at all. With my neuropathy I am afraid it would do me in nowadays.I'll just pop by and share yours with you from day to day. Have a gorgeous evening sweet friend. Many hugs and much love, Sherry
What a great red coop!! My dream is to have a few sweet hens some day.
Chris,your coop is amazing. I love how it looks in the snow. We got 1 inch here in Texas-which is about all we'll get for the entire winter. No amazing snow pic's for me. I'll just enjoy yours.
What a pretty contrast, you're red coop against the white snow...btw where are Ricky and Fred?
So many people know your chickens on a first name basis...:D and this does not concern you lol? I think that coop is so large that your hengirls are probably operating a mail order egg business in there without you knowing ...!Those shots are just lovely - red barns and snow are "picture perfect"...
Oh my goodness..what a delightful chicken coop! Red, red, red and it pops in the white snow. Good job and nice photo...visit me at Mel's Cabin and see my red....
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