|You can't count all the hens and roosters here, but trust me, it's too many|
There seems to be no humane way to make them leave. Screaming like the un-dead, using the fire engine powerful hose, rocks (rocks may not seem humane but if you knew how bad my rock throwing skills are, you'd know - they are quite safe), all to no avail. My next plot involves opening the door of the coop, laying down some good food and inviting them all to partake. SLAM BAM Let's have some chicken, thank you ma'am! Any chicken butchers are welcome to contact me here.
To highly compare to the chaos most fowl, last night's sunset was spectacular and soothing, even though it was exciting in the oh my god! Look NOW! sort of way. So here is peek at one entry in the diary of a Culebra sunset.Thanks, Mark, for the ringside seat.
|(Doesn't this look like a Mad Hatter sort of guy?)|
I know, too many photos, but...I was riveted! Go check out your own sunset...let it nail you to the sky wall.