Monday, August 25, 2008

Chicken Condo


I thought I would share with you one of my favorite sites. A cool green trailer that sits in a large open field. It's a retro, luxury chicken coop condo for these free range hens!


It's so cool even the bulls want to hang out by it!

Puts a smile on my face every time I pass by!

18 comments:

Hey Harriet said...

That's great! I've never seen such a swanky looking chicken coop before! They are very lucky chickens indeed! That brought a big smile to my face too :)

Christopher And Tia said...

Wow. I bet that thing gets messy, hahaha. But how cool!

Amy C said...

oh I am so glad you took a pic of this, I have been trying to imagine it, it is hilarious and indeed has brought a smile to my face too, Thank You :0)

blazedanielle said...

Love these photos!! They are so pretty! :) Way to capture a moment!

please sir said...

That is amazing - I want to live there too! Also, just put a post up discussing where you live and what you like about it - would love your input!

Jacquie said...

lovely...just needs a few red polka dot curtains maybe?

Mrs.French said...

me too...I'm smiling!

bunzi said...

they look cute. :)

Cicada Studio said...

So great! I wonder if they have a boomerang coffee table to perch on.

karen said...

check out those decadent chickens living in the lap of luxury! Lucky hens, I'm jealous!

Sandra Ree said...

We're on the same page today, Victoria. Giving a smile on Monday! And that certainly made me smile! :D

please sir said...

Thanks for your living comment - your area sounds so neat too! Thanks for all your support and advice.

Rachel said...

Cool!

Jaimee said...

I love the grassy gravel road!
Looks so peaceful!

Angelia said...

So fun, my friends keep there chickens in a small camper trailer, I guess they can look forward to moving up the this deluxe model.

High Desert Diva said...

Now this is a good use of a trailer...

knittydirtygirl said...

haha, adorable!

CurlyfrySC's Collage said...

Driving out of town where I live, there's a trailer made from half a school bus. Something you definitely only see in the South!