We Are Deep In the Heart of Texas

Nomadic seasons of farming adventures with nature thrown in to include; a pinch of family, snippets of friends, counting our blessings, paying IT forward, home school, and the spicy things I decide to rant about.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Chicken Commando

I went outside for a bit of a walk today even though it's really breezy from a cold front from the North.  At least its not raining. I had to laugh because this is what I saw while sitting on the back of my pickup.
Chicken stampede

Zephyr the Chicken Commado in hot pursuit.

He is giving me a lesson.

So much green.

Just across our fence

Randy (chicken boys), The blue bonnet field I was going to stop to take pictures was turned over for hay production.  So, on the way to Corpus Christi tomorrow I will take more pictures of our family day together.  We have appointment for Saenz at the allergy clinic but, will probably do something cool with the boys before he is seen.


Melodie said...

Beautiful pictures!Your little chicken wrangler looks so cute,he has such a serious look on his face!
We were suppose to freeze here last night...we didn't thank goodness!

Diana said...

Glad you found Texas-Blogging Gals! Will get you on the next updated list.

Enjoyed a first visit. Following.........

Come see me at my personal blog, too.

Nekkid Chicken said...

Thanks Melodie, I am happy we didn't freeze last night either. I am really sure my three week old chicks are happy too.

Would you like to baby sit Chicken Commando sometime?


Vickie said...

Hello there! Thanks for your visit and for your nice comment! I'm lovin' your blog, too - 'specially the chicken toes with the rings on 'em!

It snowed here in East Texas all day - didn't stick! I'm sick of this -ready for it to be outta here! Let's hear it for Texas gals! I'll be visiting again - I'm now a follower!

Wendybob said...

Found you through Texas Blogging Gals...excited to follow you and your chicken adventures! I have a slight chicken fetish and I can't wait for my chicks to get here this spring!

Nekkid Chicken said...

Good Morning Ladies,

I am happy to find similiar minds and hearts.


I think So Texans would totally freak out and loose their minds if it snowed here. The drivers are already bad enough. LOL


Slight chicken fetish... Hee Hee, I find chickens to be funnier than people sometimes and more humane. I love having them and our other critters. They sure add 'spice' to our lives here on our little slice of heaven.

Thanks for joining, I will be checking out your blogs later. Got chores and a Corpus visit today. ACK

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

wow, to have GREEN and stuff in bloom, awesome. Just stays so rainy and dreary here.

Chicken Commando looks like he means business.

I just adore my chickens, turkeys, guineas (the ones that stay home), goats, and dogs - can't imagine my life without 'em.