***This is for you --- Seahawk Fans***

Wilma got into the Christmas spirit by wearing a Santa hat for the first time!

This is a selfie of me and Grace taken Oct. 2017 with the beautiful Fall colors on our road.

Jim and I made this chicken coop from scratch with no plans. It is Pudge and Ruby's new home when they aren't out roaming around in our fenced yard.

Bella, Vicki & Jim's Silver Seabright Bantam hen, photobombs Vicki in this photo below. As you can see we are all Seattle Seahawk fans! These are probably the only chickens in the world that root for Hawks!

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We had only 6 chickens as of Sept. 2015.  We now have 9 chickens with the addition of Grace, our Golden Dutch Partridge Banty hen, Pudge, our Brahma Banty rooster, and Ruby our production red hen.  Bella was killed by the possum and that's when we got Gregory and Grace. We still have 2 Black Sexlinks named Wilma and Betty and 4 Silver Seabright Bantams name Henry, Gregory Peck, Peeps and Pidgy Sue. At only 4 months of age, Wilma and Pidgy Sue started laying eggs. Their favorite treats are dried mealworms, Pupperoni (dog treats) and Vienna Sausages.  I will be adding more photos soon, so come back to see more of them.

This is a selfie of me and my 4 month old Sliver Seabright rooster named Henry.   He loves to get on my arm, shoulder and even my head and do what he does best -----   CROW!!!

These are photos taken in Sept. 2015 of our pet Silver Seabright Bantams and Black Sexlinks and our cat Mario.

Jim, Vicki and their pet rooster Henry, are all Seattle Seahawk fans! Check out the YouTube video below of Henry rooting for the Seahawks on Blue Friday!

These are some photos of Grace and Gregory Peck. Gregory is our second Silver Seabright rooster which we got the same time as Grace.

Here are photos of Wilma and Betty, who are Black Sexlinks hens and Henry, Gregory Peck, Peeps and Pidgy Sue are all Silver Seabright Bantums.

Wilma, Vicki & Jim's Black Sexlink hen, photobombs Vicki in this photo below.  Wilma is really a camera hog!

Here are Pudge and Ruby who were given to us by great friends. They will have forever homes with us.  Jim and I built there 6 feet by 6 feet by 4 feet high chicken coop by scratch with no plans. Ruby and Pudge love it, so I guess we did a good job!

Here is Henry showing off, which is what he's good at.

This is our sweet little addition to our chicken family. Her name is Grace. She is a Golden Dutch Partridge Bantum hen.  As you can see by the photos, she loves to travel with us. She recently (Oct. 4, 2017) went to visit Mt. Baker and Mt. Shuksan in the northern part of Washington State. Grace now has her own Facebook page. Click on the link that says "Living With Grace" to see more of her adventures.

This is Bella, our beautiful Silver Seabright Bantam hen. She is 4 months old in this photo taken in Sept. 2015.  We came home one night and found feathers all over the coop and couldn't find Bella. I found her the next morning dead in the bottom of the coop. A possum had killed her. God taught me a lesson in forgiveness. The possum was just trying to survive. Good thing is we got Grace and Gregory Peck soon after this incident.