Chicken Coop Doors

Hello from Connecticut, where I’m enjoying a rather cold day out and about with my parents before a winter storm arrives later today. We stopped by Sub-Edge Farm in Farmington to check out the shop and farm animals. The shop is open-air on the back side which meant the owner was bundled up with a hat, gloves, and heavy coat while patiently waiting for me to poke around and admire the seasonal root vegetables.

I didn’t have my Nikon DLSR camera with me, so used my cell phone to take a few pictures for Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors. I caught this white chicken slipping out the skinny side door.

Next to the chicken coop was a small white shed with a red door.

Red and white doors decorate the front of the shop. I love the use of the bicycle as a prop for the Sub-Edge Farm shop sign. Check out my previous post, The Sound of Silence, to see better photos of their Highland cattle and to learn more about the farm.

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16 thoughts on “Chicken Coop Doors

  1. These chickens have a ritzy place to live! Seldom saw such a nice chicken coup!
    Where you are right now is probably healthier (even though colder) than in the smoke filled air here. My grand kids in Sacramento were home from school today because of the bad air quality! At Trad. Joe the workers in the weekend served having dust masks on!

    1. They sure do have a ritzy place!

      I must admit I was glad to get out of the smoky Bay Area. It must be even worse where you are further north. I’m glad to hear the schools are having the kiddos stay home. Masks are a good idea. Bravo, Trader Joe’s.

      It’s heartbreaking the devastation and loss of life in Paradise.

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