The New Girls Are Out/Spring Flowers

5 1/2 weeks later, the new girls are finally outside. Their dusty, feathery booty’s had to go.
I decided to spilt the lower level of the coop in half for their introduction. They have the back half and the big girls have the front half and the upper hen house, along with the small door access to an enclosed pen outside.

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Bonnie and Pickles Dirt Bath

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Flowers

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Plum Tree

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Rhubarb

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2 thoughts on “The New Girls Are Out/Spring Flowers

  1. What makes a tradition—and why do people keep traditions alive? You might ask any of the children chosen to be Las Mayas in Colmenar Viejo, a town in Spain. Each spring, a few girls typically between the ages of seven and 11 sit in elaborate altars decorated with fresh flowers to mark the new season.

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