I KNOW I Left My Seed Here SOMEwhere

image1[Wasn’t it just fall? I left some PECK? seed here. Right over PECK? there. And some PECK? corn. I’d SWEAR it was riiiiight about here….good PECK? grief and everything.]

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“This is a picture of our rooster, Julie. He was hoped to be a she and hatched out back in August. Julie first experienced snow today and was not very impressed!” -Sarah L.

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Comments

  1. I’ve seen a lot of roosters, but never in the snow. That must’ve been funny to watch!

  2. “What a day for trampin’ through the woods … lump dum do di do do doh, doo dah, doo dah”

  3. Julie the Rooster!! Love it ❤ But don't their chicken feet parts get cold? What are chicken/rooster feets made of anyway, cartilage?

  4. I love the name too! Also, I’m with Julie–Boo on the snow!!

  5. Emmberrann says:

    @Tamara: chicken feets are made out of feets parts: bones, tendons, fat, muscles, keratin (claws/nails), collagen krefrigerated home made chicken soup gels up pretty good), just like other feets.

  6. Why did the chicken cross the road ??

    He didn’t know .. It was covered in snow, so he couldn’t see it.

  7. Somewhere beyond the Urals, Dr. Zhivago searches, he’ll find Lara soon. We hope.

  8. Julia/Julio?