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Feb 22 2020, 2:14pm

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Something to crow about!?!

Never necessary for a rooster! But in the distance (far distant), its like a train whistle or a lighthouse fog horn... there's something endearing about it. Being in the country here, I'm surprised there's aren't more roosters and chickens. Having it that close does make it inescapable... so I hope he calms down once he properly claims his territory.

There is a farm about 2 miles away that has peacocks. I pass by them during my walks around the block. Now THERE is something I would shudder to live any closer to! Mercy they're call is loud and obnoxious! Makes you think you're in the jungle. But they're very neat to watch and I love their feathers!

I hope the rain fills everyone's tanks. Not so much that it causes damage, but a replenishing wash would be so great. It also gives you a break from watering your garden/flowers.

Have a great weekend!


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