I think you may remember us moving the chicken run quite successfully! Well maybe we celebrated to early!
Its beginning to look very soggy again..
I was going to take a close up of the ground in the chicken run and nosey Bunty got in the frame...
but here is a better pic of the ground..
This is broody Babs
she is all fluffed up and I'm forever having to push her off the nest. She is going round making cluck, cluck noises! Sweet but sad, I would love her to hatch some eggs but to be honest I can't consider anymore chooks until I solve this problem.
This is how much rain we have had since Saturday afternoon
So what do I do? I'm hoping you may help me come up with some ideas, we need to put up some sort of shelter/roof, but what? Hubby is dead against a permanant structure 6ft high, from the next few photos you may understand why
at this part of the garden it is only 12 -13ft wide. The bags on the left are not normally there, that is what we cleared out of the run on Saturday. Until we get dryer weather they will have to sit there, as you know everything comes through my house as I have no rear access! But the good news is the neighbours go on holiday for a week as from next Sunday and they are usually pretty good about allowing us to come through there garden, I'll ask!
So over to you, sensible, affordable ideas please! I will consider anything, I had thought of putting up a shelter with a brush wood roof which I could send clematis up, but of course that would shade the bed where I have the strawberries.
Over to you>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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