Good evening ladies,
What a pleasant conversation you are having!
I believe the kind of chickens that lay the white/beige/brown/blue and green eggs are Aracauna or something close to that. Almost sounds like Americana. We first bumped into them when DH was doing home healthcare delivery and one of his customers sold the eggs. Now our local CoOp sells them - the shells are so good and strong and they taste wonderful. Sometimes the yolks are so golden it really colors the batter of what you are making.
DH is taking the remnants of our umbrella clothesline to the "free dump" this weekend so we need to decide if we want another umbrella type or a pole type. When my kids were little I was told hanging their diapers on a clothesline in the sun would sanitize them.
DH & DS went clam digging with a friend this morning so DH is frying clams for dinner. I'm not a huge fan - especially fried, but I'll eat at least one.
My first iris opened up today. It's called "champagne" and it's that sort of soft beige/gold color. I might need to tag the champagne ones and dig them up this fall and replant them against a different backdrop. Right now they are in front of our yellow house and they just sort of fade out. If they had a green shrub behind them, they would stand out more. Some fellow in Seaside gave them to me from Freecycle.
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