I spent a lot of time cooking and photographing food this weekend. I learned that French fries need to be photographed almost immediately as they come out of the fryer. If not, they start to wilt and look unappetizing. I managed to get a couple of shots before my chili-cheese fries took a turn for the worse. The upside of this problem is they still tasted great
Tucker had a rough day today. He probably only managed to get in a dozen or so naps. That is way off his mark. I took a few pictures. It is important to note that pictures 2 and 4 were taken eight hours apart.
Tucker also struggled with his obsession over baby chicks. He doesn’t show a lot of interest in the big chickens but babies get him going. I am not sure I want to know what would happen if he got one. I am working with him around the chickens.
Michael spotted these raccoon paw prints on the wall near the broody house. Helps remind me to always lock the flocks up at night.
I had a nice visit with the goats and emus today. Loca was especially nice which is unusual for her. She likes to be ornery.
Laverne has gotten much friendlier than she used to be. She has always been timid and afraid to be touched. Now she lets me pet her and she eats out of my hand. I love Laverne.
Shirley got jealous because I was paying attention to Laverne. They vied for my attention by chewing on my pants.
Louis is very friendly with both girls. Laverne has a big time crush on Louis. they take long walks together daily. It is quite a Mutt and Jeff affair. I have not yet captured it on video.
Chica is still strutting and drumming and spends a lot of time alone. She is quite the spectacle out in the pasture.
I love living here and interacting with all these amazing creatures is a joy everyday.