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Wednesday, 15 April 2009

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Albany Jane

I am so glad I have a tortilla press. You guys make a girl yearn for TX like nothing else!

p.s. I also have pig bench and shirt envy.

Crystal

CHICKENS!!! Without seeming too weird, can I say that I love this post? :)

Also, love your new banner...

C

Logan @ boots in the oven

You have a tortilla press? Now that is serious commitment!

Crystal- not even a little weird! Thanks for the banner dap.

elmundodemando

You guys were the best taco eaters & chicken watchers! Chicken posts rock!

Logan @ boots in the oven

Mando, with your tacos, it's easy to be the best eater!

Judith

Wonderful coverage of the tour! Terrific photos, you have a great eye for the interesting features. thanks for posting.

Sam

I absolutely love this and I am trying to arrange my chicken tour in South Texas near near Brownsville. This is definatley a passion that I share with my kids. I will keep you posted.

comfycoops.com

I hope I can set one of these events up in my area next year. I love the pictures you got, they are so clear and vivid.
In Seattle chicken coops are growing like crazy, especially chicken tractors since people don't have a lot of yard.

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