A quick post today, in response to Debbie’s theme on the subject Brrr! Very apt as we’re about to dip into a rather cold snap around these here parts very soon indeed.

This little critter walked all the way across the frozen Lake, and then flew up onto the bank at the other side. He or she must’ve been saving energy.

Why did the chicken walk across the frozen lake? Because it had left it’s skates at home. Chill out!!! It wasn’t that bad!

Posted by Tom Merriman

A future writer living in the present day

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  1. Ha ha ! funny chicken
    That picture is incredible. cute little walker.

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    1. Thanks, Hélène… (s)he did slip a couple of times, which added to the cuteness!

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  2. ha ha! certainly looks brrr! to me. And the lighting in that shot is gorgeous

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    1. Just the right time, I think, Debbie. Some other shots weren’t as good.

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  3. Good one Tom and love the photo! 🙂

    Stay warm my friend – we’re in for a chilly few days!!! 🙂

    God Bless!

    Prenin.

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    1. You too, Prenin… although we here appear to have missed the tremendously chilly bit!

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  4. What a great photo – I love it! 🙂 I hope his/her feet didn’t get too chilly!

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    1. Maybe just a little, Diane… the poor critter did slip a few times, and without footwear I bet the feet were just a little cooler!
      Thanks, Diane.

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    1. Hehehe! OK, Icewolf, it was. I know it was! 😀

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  6. A smashing bird, I used to know? 🙂 🙂

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    1. They’re very friendly around there, Jo, so possibly! 🙂

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