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Sunday, October 16, 2016

Chicken, Not Little

This house was not on the trail, but we saw it on the way home. Beautiful brick building with fancy trim. We saw many in this style and I have to assume they are of a similar era- post Civil War.

nineteenth century house

nineteenth century house

This one had yet another reason to stand out even more than expected. How many houses have you passed with an eight-foot concrete chicken in the front yard?

concrete chicken

And a tiny rhino peeking around the corner of the garage?

concrete rhinocerous

I've been really busy, and yesterday was a particularly bad Saturday. Hoping to get more on track this coming week.

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Ann said...

Can't say that I've ever seen an 8 foot chicken in anyone's front yard let alone a rhino. Do you suppose the rhino is peeking around the corner because it's afraid of the chicken?

vanilla said...

Ann: haha!

Sharkey, widow's walk turned into spare room, or is it an elevated man-cave?

Secondary Roads said...

The concrete fauna is beyond weird. Ann has shown very keen insight with her question. Who would have thought it possible?

The Oceanside Animals said...

hello sharkbytes its dennis the vizsla dog hay wow that is sum kind of jiant statchoo to the chikkin gods all rite!!! i wunder if that is the seekret owtpost of the spayse chikkins!!! i am not going to investigayt tho the last time i miksd it up with spayse chikkins things did not go so wel!!! ok bye

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