The modern farm

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Farm Animals

Farm animals. Gosh I have lots and always share mainly on Monday Portrait So this time I am heading down a different path to what may be the face of a modern farm.

“Yes, they chose pink for me as I am the prettiest chook in the show.”
“I don’t mind have a bit of a make-over as it’s just for a bit of fun for the kids plus it is a good promotion for the Rainbow Farm”

“I am stuck with green. Boy do the others have a good laugh!”
“Like how come you have lettuce instead of feathers? Do you lay Brussel Sprouts?”
“I’ll be glad when I get home and get a wash”

“This is madness!!!”
“You have to get me out of here!!”
“I keep seeing these weird looking chickens!!”

“I don’t see what his problem is.”
“Do you?”

OK, you talked me into it. Here’s a bit of cute to finish

Enough of that. It’s time to go…….bye

30 thoughts on “The modern farm

    1. Thanks Cee. Yes that is a floodwater height marker. Most of the creek and river crossing have them in the region as flash flooding happens. The rains come, dump a lot of water in some parts of the catchment and the waterways suddenly rise and fall away slowly. Lots of people have been caught unaware and have driven into deep water.

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        1. That would be a dangerous job. Are the reflector stakes very tall? The ones along the sides of the road here to show where the road goes are about four foot πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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        2. The snow stakes on high twisty mountain roads (10,000 feet or higher) can go up to 10 or 12 feet high. Otherwise in lower elevations 6 to 8 feet high. Colorado mountains go up to 14,000+ tall. Roads only get to close to top on a couple of them. All the backroads are not kept up during the winter. Only the main mountain passes and roads to town are kept up.

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