Discussion in 'USMB Lounge' started by Foxfyre, May 15, 2014.
Nah ! I was born in south London, and have a typical British accent..
South London accent = estuary accent
The 12 foot tumbleweed snowman is up on I-40 in Albuquerque again this year. They put him in a really bare, isolated spot so there's no danger if somebody pitches a match into him. But he's kinda special for as long as he lasts.
My first consideration is cold hardy birds. I also like the idea of a good multi-purpose bird. And, Chanticleers are a heritage breed, too. I have looked at Buff Orpingtons and other birds with feathered feet, thinking they would be better in the cold. But then I discovered that feathered feet often cause problems because they accumulate ice and snow. My original birds were Rhode Island reds and Gold Laced Wyandottes. Until I can establish facilities to keep them separate, I will refrain from establishing a flock of Chanticleers.
I am sitting on Folly Beach SC with the wife. Made it home. There was stuff we wanted to see and do today..... But we're still on the beach..
Girl walked by in full wintery getup....must be a local.
Beaches are nice...
Timing of vacation is almost perfect. Couple winter storms rolled thru end of last week, work is a.mess, by time I get back it should all be cleaned up,,,,,winning
Just got buzzed by big AIR FORCE transport out of Charleston AP.
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