The chicken coop has been ordered, we have paid a little extra to have it erected for us. Gerard is phoning the man who supplies chickens to the Island tomorrow to arrange delivery from Skye of six chickens. We are quite excited about it. Little by little we are realising our dreams, a little slower than anticipated but we are getting there.
Hope all is well with you, I am trying in earnest to catch up with you all.
See you soon.
Do hope your husband is much better and also hope your chickens arrive.ReplyDelete
It's such a relief to know Gerard is home again and enjoying some hearty, wholesome food.ReplyDelete
Your next venture looks like it will be a lot of fun and I can't wait to read all about it. X
Looking forward to reading about the chickens. I am ashamed to say that chickens terrify meReplyDelete
Glad he is back. I miss the chickens now we have downsized. And the ducks.ReplyDelete
So glad Gerard is on the mend.How exciting about the chickens.Are you going to give them names?ReplyDelete
Glad to hear he's improving. The chickens will be great!!ReplyDelete
So good to hear that Gerard is back home and in your care.ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see the chickens.
That is good news about your husband.ReplyDelete
Lucky hens, I'm sure they will have a wonderful life with you - do you plan to name them? I miss our little flocks, they were such characters - and the eggs were excellent.
Glad to hear Gerard is improving, your chickens will bring you much joy.ReplyDelete
So sorry to read that Gerard had another upset and glad to know that he is already home under your good care. I am sure that your daughter and family were concerned and will be glad to know that dad/grandpa is busily preparing for a brood of chickens. Stay cozy!ReplyDelete
Six very lucky hens, they will be, for they will have the best of care when they arrive at your door. Chickens have been a big part of our lives, having been contract growers for a large company for many years. But, best of all were the small barnyard flocks.ReplyDelete
That's great news that Gerard is home with you now, Lorraine! It will be fun to watch your adventure with chickens. How fun. ♥ReplyDelete
Wonderful news that Gerard is now home. My prayers are with you both and that he continues to heal.ReplyDelete
Chickens! Oh my goodness that will be an adventure. I'm looking forward to reading all about it.
So glad he's home and doing better. Good luck with the chickens.ReplyDelete
Keeping chickens will be an adventure I think you'll enjoy. I look forward to pictures.ReplyDelete
I'm happy to hear Gerard is home and being well taken care of by his devoted and very fabulous nurse/wife! I'm super excited that you are getting a chicken house and will look forward to seeing it. Six hens is a perfect start, what age will they be? You want pullets that are just starting to lay. And the biggest thing is to make your chicken house and run completely predator proof. Do you have fox on the island? They're the worst chicken killers. Good luck! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)ReplyDelete
So glad Gerard is home and you are both well and hatching plans to welcome your chickens! About 66 years ago I lived on Flying Feather Chicken Farm in Andover, Massachusetts : ) Then for 15 years I lived on a research poultry farm a little south of Kansas City, Missouri. Although I have never raised any chickens I admire friends who do and look forward to learning about your adventures with your flock! xxReplyDelete
sending healing for a fast mendReplyDelete
+ chickens are fun! i dont know what i would do without my gals xx
So glad to read Gerard is back home, I hope he continues to recover well.ReplyDelete
How exciting to be getting chickens. That is a dream I too hope to realise one day. I used to keep chickens as a teenager and loved it. So nice to have fresh eggs daily.
Exciting! Glad to hear Gerard is back home again.ReplyDelete
Good news, glad Gerard is home again. I look forward to hearing more of your chickens when they come to live with you:)ReplyDelete
Glad Gerard is ok now !ReplyDelete
I was looking for chicken's coop too, but it's expensive to order from outside so I find some model online and expect to do one "easy-to-do" with my husband.
Have a cozy weekend !
I missed your last post, I am sorry to hear that Gerard was in hospital. I am glad that he is back home with you, recovering and feeling excited about the chickens. It is lovely to witness you realise your dreams. xReplyDelete
I'm so sorry to hear that Gerard has had another stay in hospital but thankfully, he's now home and being well cared for. I'm excited for you in your new venture. I've always wanted to keep chickens but never have. I'm looking forward to following along with your adventure.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the update about Gerard! I have reared chickens before and I love the little chicks. Looking forward to your project posting.ReplyDelete
Your blog is great. I read a lot of interesting things from it. Thank you very much for sharing. Hope you will update more news in the future.ReplyDelete
oooh how exciting. We have a lady in the village who rescues caged chickens, she has an annual garden fete with food, music and stalls, and people adopt the chickens. Glad to hear Gerard is doing well, he is in good hands :-) xxReplyDelete
Glad to know Gerard is home. All the best with your next project to rear some chickens.ReplyDelete
Glad Gerard is on the mend.ReplyDelete
Good luck with your next venture - chickens are great fun and we are very fond of our ladies. We even reared a couple of chicks a few years ago!
Wow...chickens! What a venture but yummy fresh eggs for you! So thankful to know that Gerard is better and at home. Stay warm, and I think I'll make soup for dinner tonight. I have a base in freezer that I need to pull out and heat up. Have a blessed weekend!ReplyDelete
I just caught up on your blog and am happy to hear that Gerald is feeling better. It's so good to be home and not in the hospital anymore. You must have had a hard time !ReplyDelete
Great to hear that Gerard is getting better. Chickens..wow… just think of all the scotch eggs and gorgeous cakes and such like. You will be offering b and b next... :-) book me in for a weekend. xReplyDelete
So sorry to hear there has been another hospital stay, glad to hear he's at home now, best wishes to you both.ReplyDelete
(I apologise for lack of comments but I am not being notified of some blogs at the moment, I'll have to sort out my settings).
sorry to hear Gerald has not been well, hope hes on the up. I am looking forward to the chicken pics !ReplyDelete
Oh chickens! How wonderful for you. I would love them, but worry about it being to cold in winter and too hot summer. Looking forward to watching and learning from you.ReplyDelete
So glad to hear Gerard is Home xReplyDelete
Praying you are both well and safe at home.ReplyDelete
I'm so happy for you to be able to get some chickens...they are so nice to have. I had some when I was a child...and still dream of having a place where I can have them again. Enjoy!
I'm sorry he was ill and I'm glad he is back home where he belongs!ReplyDelete
Your blog was absolutely fantastic!ReplyDelete
Great deal of great information & this can be useful some or maybe the other way.
Keep updating your blog,anticipating to get more detailed contents thanks for sharing.
God news about the chicken enclosure, Lorraine. It will be nice to have fresh eggs, I'm sure.ReplyDelete
I love your posts and everything looks wonderful. I love your idea thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete