Baby Fish and Bedtime Snacks


Here is a video of the hens grazing just before dusk.

It's amazing how deafening the sound of the crickets chirping in the background sounds. I love that sound! Gladys, the oldest of the hens, can be spotted by her single tail feather that pokes up. She moulted recently and lost her feathers and is still growing in her new ones. She looks a bit disheveled as a result.

I love how the hens have such fluffy, downy feathers on their rumps. Probably a good thing so they don't break their eggs when they lay/sit on them.

Notice how the hens all pause and listen when they hear our neighbor's dog bark.

We have 3 baby goldfish in the pond. The smallest is barely 1/2 inch long and a cloudy gray color. It's very hard to spot him in the water. The other two are orange and white and are a bit larger - about an inch long.

Here's a picture I snapped of one of the larger babies (just at the top of the screen in the green plant):

Oh, be on the lookout for a post about iPhones and the zillions of apps that are available. I'll weight in on my favorite apps and other fun features of the iPhone 3GS. It's safe to say that I am ADDICTED to my phone.


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