I've had an unbelievably busy two days. Yesterday we spent the entire bloody day housecleaning and yard cleaning because we had somewhat unexpected houseguests coming in, not to mention it was our turn to host our weekly neighborhood potluck.
Then this morning I got up at 4:30 am to file my column with WND, then left at 5:30 am to get to Coeur d'Alene in time to drive my parents to the airport, since they're flying home after a two month visit (they'll be back in October). After that, a zillion errands in the city, then home to do some work here, then in the afternoon I went to a nearby town where a fellow has a business doing custom butchering.
I brought in our eight meat birds because it was time to butcher these babies. They were at the stage where they could hardly walk (I call it the "huge weird freaky mutant" stage), so that meant it was time to put them in the freezer. Last year I had to bring the chickens to a town two hours away to get them butchered. This year it was much closer.
The box to transport the chickens.
Ready to go?
Not sure about this...