Monday, May 2, 2011

Ladies and Gentlemen....


Elvis is now in the hen hut!






Errr - thankyouverymuch.

16 comments:

  1. LOL! Excellent post-great way to end my work Monday!
    meggs.

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  2. We have an Elvis here at our farm as well!
    the news of his untimely death was greatly exagerated it would appear

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  3. That is just too funny:-)
    Thanks..thanks very much for a good laugh...

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  4. Thanks. Who can resist the King at his best?
    Cw. I think every farm needs an Elvis. xx

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  5. Paul named a kitten Elvis once...and that cat could not go through the cat door without us hearing "elvis has left the building!"...still, not as bad as him singing as Elvis: suspicious mice! we're caught in a trap...or Her fur is soft, and her eyes...

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  6. Hehe...he's handsome too, hope is singing is just as good ;o)

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  7. How funny! I hope you enjoy his strutting and his singing.

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  8. He looks like an Elvis too! xx

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  9. I *love* having an Elvis about the place too! I can just stand and admire him for quite a long time until I remember that I did actaully come outside to *do* somehting - his beauty distracted me :) Esmé calls ours 'the handsome devil' :lol not sure where she heard that....

    PS) love your new header strip of pics, esp. the wee sheepy

    Claire

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  10. New here to your blog! Love the stories of your farm.

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  11. Say Hi to Elvis foor me he looks great. Don

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  12. Cute! I love that. Our angora rabbit came to us with the name Bianca, but the boys were having none of it. They renamed her "Hunka", as in "Hunka hunka bunny love..." :)

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  13. That is funny! We have rooster just like Elvis named "Cogburn". We named him before the True Grit remake.

    Everyone said that roosters are mean, but he isn't. I've even held him a time or two. He really helps keep the hens in line and takes his job very seriously.

    (found you through Farmama comments - great blog!)

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  14. What a beautiful blog, I am so glad to have stumbled accross it. Reading your 'about' page was eerie, could have been written about me! (except the giving-up-the-rat-run bit sadly!)
    I spent a week on a croft in Lewis last year Woofing, it was just beautiful and I can understand why you have chosen that life. I look forward to hearing more about your adventures. Bonnnie

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  15. Just loving Elvis....the rooster that is.

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