Monday, February 21, 2011

20 Degrees Brrrr !

Breakfast everyone, come and get the warm oatmeal mush.

Daisy thinks she will try the appetizer of Black oil sunflower seeds until there is room at the table.

These girls agree, have some protein before the carbs.
I'm off to the feed store this morning as the cold snap has hit and looks like it will be with us for the entire week. Had to cancel the trip south to the other house as the Portland area will be getting some of the same.
Stay warm and have a good Monday.


Michelle said...

I have to go and get my girls some oatmeal today...straw too. Love the pics of your flock eating. Brrrrr, 20 degrees makes me shiver! I bet we will have the same by Thursday.

flwrjane said...

We're threatened with high 20's tomorrow. Brrrr indeed. It was supposed to be 70 today. Wonder where the sun went?

Love your pictures. You stay warm and make something delish for dinner.

xo Jane

Life in Rehab said...

20 degrees? That's inhumane!

Katiebee said...

ahhh, sweet daisy~ stay warm sherri!

Princess and the Pea said...

I love hearing about your girls! X

P.s new look? I love the green!

Unknown said...

Cute chicks.

Yeah, says we'll be in snow from Wednesday-Thursday. It's bright and sunny right now. :)

Anonymous said...

I had no clue they would eat porridge...I did want chickens once...but they smell...they are cute and would be supreme entertainment for the cats if I did have a few!

ted and bunny said...

hiya- not so cold here, just wet and dreary.
I'm also off to the feed store this morning for chaff and a saltlick for Bruce.
Our chooks have had their breakfast of ham fat and mashed potaoes and gobbled it all up without even coming up for air!
Stay warm

Lola Nova said...

Look at those happy chickens! Our three are back to laying everyday, I think it was the kiwis Pony Girl was secretly feeding them :)
It is right cold now and we may get some snow. Silly weather!

Sherry Sutherby said...

Sherri B ~ I'm glad I stumbled upon your Blog. It's wonderful, and makes my mouth water with all the delightful recipes. You'll have to stay tuned on my Blog as our temps dip to -22, and I head to our outhouse on our snowy 40 acres next winter. :) Our sled dogs actually love it when it is cold temps are good for running sleds. Also, thank you for your kind words on my Blog. It's wonderful to be linked up with "kindred spirits".