Well, most of the roof is, anyway! It turned out my brother overlapped the Suntuf panels too far, thus making our calculations come out wrong. We’re one panel shy, but no worries. We’ll have it up soon!
You can see, above on the far right, the missing panel. Below are a few in-progress pictures:
We’re getting there…and good thing too – our chicks are coming on June 30th! The Post Office will call us when they arrive, and we have get to go pick them up at 6:30 in the morning. Even though I will be severely sleep-deprived, I hope to remember to take my camera and record the momentous occasion!
I have only three more breeds of chicken left to describe, and today’s is the Delaware.
Here’s what My Pet Chicken has to say:
The Delaware is a relatively new breed of chicken, having only been developed in 1940. They’re a cross between New Hampshire Reds and Barred Plymouth Rocks with the goal of maintaing the prolific egg production of these two breeds but increased meat value. They’re a lovely, calm white breed with black feathers around the neck and the tip of the tail, and with some black striations also working their way into the back. They perform well in the cold and will fare even better if their combs are protected from frostbite with the help of some petroleum jelly.
Here’s some Delaware chicks:
And here are their eggs:
And lastly, just because it’s so freakin’ cute, here’s a youtube video for you!