OK that doesn't sounds quite like that, it's the blue Metro Twist.
I finished getting the units sewn and have half of them trimmed.
Was able to get the half that was trimmed sewn together.
I so wanted to get more done this evening but I was interrupted while locking up the chickens.
It was already past sunset by the time I got out to the hen house, I didn't want to stop working on trimming.
Anyway I went out there and notice that most of the girls were on the roost and not in the nesting boxes but it is unusually warm, like a spring day.
There were 5 on roost I thought, so I looked in the boxes to start counting the others. Figured I check for eggs while I was looking.
First one I put my hand in I got a gravel sound, disturb one. Went on to the other boxes and found two more eggs. The girls are starting to lay a decent amount now. Then it dawn on me that I only counted one box occuppied. Well sometimes they will double up in the box. Looked in, it is dark now, no light in the hen house so I couldn't tell if it was one or two, so I stuck my hand in again towards the middle to see if there were two. That is when I got a growl this time, at the same time I felt fur. Talk about a shock and I jumped back, impressively quick I say for a fifty something woman.
If it's not a possum instead of a chicken.
I am so lucky that I did not get bitten, look at those teeth.
Well went back to the house to get a light and the 22. Now you have to realize once they find eggs, they will be back. I had to make sure that doesn't happen if it was still there when I got back.
All I say is that it will not be back.
Now I just hope this doesn't put the girls back into the dry spell like they were in after the groundhogs last september and the buzzard around Thanksgiving. They didn't lay eggs for a couple months after that. I'll know in a day or two
It is suppose to be close to 80 tomorrow, unreal.
Want to finish putting these blocks together.