Says it's a private video. :(
thanks for the heads up xl -should be working now! happy weekend to you.
Got it.Beautiful snow-covered woods ... leaping doggie ... swarming chickies ... that is wonderful!
a valentine to home. i realize that people accustomed to snow are *yawn*
That was awesome chickory, such a beautiful valentine to your home, your touchstone in the winter.What a great place for Trout to play, all of that snow and she sure loves trying to climb the trees.I think it is amazing that the pines retain their leaves,I guess it's their needle like structure, the oils or maybe thay have anti-freeze, anyway they all look so beautiful covererd with snow to me, one who comes from a place which never snows.You have a beautiful family of hens, they all look very pretty and happy, I love the colours of their feathers. xoxo ♡
a chick flicka real one -- nice!HAPPY <3 DAY 2 CHICKORY & CHICKS× × ×/t.
Beautiful music to a beautiful day. And I'm so gloud Trout was able to get the snow off those branches. That had me worried there for a bit, but she took good care of that situation.
That's not really snow - it only looks like about 3". BwhahahaI wonder if you made the chickens lay on their backs, would they make little cupids in the "snow". I wonder...
I couldn't see last night, happy to see it now. It would be cool to take the same shots in Spring, etc. and put together a "Four Seasons" video of Chickory. The snow (and that's snow to me) is beautiful. I love Trout grabbing a big mouthful of it and seeing the chickens against the stark white is really cool. Pretty music too.
Love that Trout! You tackle those snow covered branches! :) That's the right amount of snow - it makes everything clean and white and new. xox Pam
dianne: thank you. im sure these hens are getting old. when Koby starts coming up here i can film her for a change. im very worried i am going to be stuck here because of the snow and miss my wedding anniversary tomorrow. gah! thank you dianne, i have something special planned for you next week. to go with your forest poem/t: indeed it is! what in the world would i film with out these hens? they are so dear i cant stop it. i have all this chicks eating spagetti footage...oh never mind:-)/ have a great VD 't!pam: funny the things dogs find to do for entertainment. she loved showering herself in cool snow. now she is curled up before the heater.buzzkill: LOL! what a great idea. i enjoy their little footprints in the snow...i saw the big barred rocks and thought..that the hell? a crow? then i realized. hey 3" is enough to have me stuck boxer: we need to do a movie at the summit. i need some help with how to edit individual frames in a film. for instance, replacing the MGM roaring lion with trout. the four season chicks! i love it.yoborobo: you got that right. even ratty junkyards look pretty today. it is such a fluffy sparkly white snow...just beautiful.
How did I miss the comments line? anyway, beautiful video and the music goes perfectly with it. The chickens are SO pretty, too. I'll bet they are constant entertainment for you!
Great video and nice music. I liked the scenes of Trout the most.
I would like to see the hens on skis next time.
That Trout loves her snow! What a joyous snow doggy!And the chickens were sweet. I saw chicken butt.
Cheeeeee-cons in the snow! So precious. It's awfully difficult to curse the snow when it truly is so beautiful and dogs love it so.Did you make it home?
We get lots of snow around here but I never get tried of watching it. Watching Trout, the snow shaker, was especially good.
I've had a stressful few weeks and watching this video, with Trout and the chicks has eased my burden. Many thanks!
Thanks dear chickory, I look forward to your special post.Happy Anniversary, wow you were married on Valentine's Day, that is so romantic, I do hope you made it home to celebrate with Val. xo ♡
sending pages: thank you! visit me anytime when you come up to the mountains...youre only about 8 miles (as the crow flies) away.donna: welcome to chickory! those chicks are a total delight. they are very cool pets and i love seeing them out busy in the yard. they are very "homey"...and the dog aint too bad either.aunty belle: yes.troll: me too. it was funny the ways she would get snow to fall on her. she knocked every low branch she could find free of snow.puerileuwaite; naw; mine are into snowboardsla diva: grrherhahahaha chicken butts. next: pork bellies.moi: i dont curse the snow. i love it because it is a holiday of sorts. this one was powdery and brilliant. clean and quiet. love it.Mlou: good to see you! Trout can make a game out of anything!bird: hey there girl. whats wrong? i checked your blog...send me a note. if i can help, i will!
How fun! I want chickens!!!We still have a lot of snow on the ground. I am soooo ready for spring! Have a great weekend!!xoxoH
Snow falling on chickory, so meditative. Love the images and music. Thank you for posting.
Happy Christmas, Chickory!
hot chicks! AWESOME!AND MERRY CHRISTMAS TO CHICKORYall best 2 u in 2011, c× × ×<3
It was a pleasure to watch it again sweet chickory, it is lovely to watch Trout running around in the snow. The hens are such gentle creatures as they scratch in the snow for treats and sing their little songs, all beautiful with that lovely music that is so reminiscent of the peace of your home in the forest.xoxoxo ♡
Ah Trouty, I love seeing a dog live a life so full of joy. She must have a great owner.Chicken Butts. It was like they all decided to moon us with their feathery little asses. I have never known such pasta whores. Fabio would be their hero.Thanks for the fun stuff.
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