Peas Please Me

The peacocks and chickens love to free range on this beautiful mid-winter day in Missouri. They particularly enjoy hanging out in front of our south-facing glass on the sunny patio.

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Our straw bale cottage forms a barrier from the northerly winds, and the sun shines happily.  That’s why our patio is so feathery! Yes, we do give it a regular spritzing-off.  In the summer, oregano and small stray petunias grow between each of the flagstone pieces – happy – thanks to what our feathered friends leave behind. It’s all part of the natural cycle.  🙂

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2 thoughts on “Peas Please Me

    • Ha! They certainly can be. The difference is that roosters always crow every morning, every day, every year, but peacocks are loud – calling and honking like a trumpet – during mating season, about 2 or 3 months. I have come to enjoy and appreciate all poultry. They make me smile. They are an acquired taste, though. 🙂

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