Discerning lady! Does she like fermented grape juice too? Perhaps a nice merlot?
Very clever Sylvie!
The lady has style. Hope she leaves you some.
Those grapes look yummy! Our hens are swiping all the lower runner beans!
Oh dear, for a second the unworthy thought crossed my mind 'I wonder what grape fed chicken tastes like'...We have a vine and tiny grapes, but nothing like yours!
I loved this picture, it made me giggle! Thought I would pop by to thank you for all the kind wishes you left for me, and to say (somewhat belatedly, for which I am sorry), that you are making a good recovery too.Very best,Zoë
Hi, I hope you are on the road to recovery. I love your chicken, I have just finished a chicken textile design, yours would have made a great model!What a nice life your hens have.
Sylvia is skilled.Excellent bird - but the challenge is - can you capture that split second beak open moment on camera?CHx
HelloAlthough I read a lot of blogs, sometimes I begin to think they form the blogging universe and I break out and do a little blog-hopping to see what else it out there - so I arrive here . . . attracted by the title of your blog.And I'm glad I came - and delighted by the eclectic nature of your posts.Will be back.Lucy CorranderPICTURES JUST PICTURES
Silverpebble - crikey, a tipsy under-gardener, I'm not sure I could cope with that!!!Gina - Sylvie is a very very clever hen!Threadspider - she's had a good number of the low level bunches, still lots for us.Karen - the little scallywags!!!!pg - how very dare you!!!!! However there are some classic French recipes for chicken with grapes :)Zoe - Sylvie's delighted that her antics made you giggle - laughter is great therapy!Acornmoon - don't they just! they live the life of Riley! I'd love to see your chicken fabric.GBVC - Sylvie is the fastest grape snaffler in Suffolk!!! I tried to get that perfect shot - hens are incredibly hard to photograph in action!!!!!Hi Lucy - welcome to PPPs – 'an eclectic mix' nicely sums up my life! Come back soon :)Celia
ah Celia! It was lovely to find this (belatedly) tonight. Clever girl!! And terrific photos too by the way. Our girls love grapes but they'll have to wait a while before they are picking them so skillfully off the vine like Sylvie. Hope you are on the mend and to PG: I'm shocked!! :)
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