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Monday, April 19, 2010

So Many Names, So Few Coops

This is a picture of the back of the hen house and it shows the first brave chicks checking out the great outdoors.

Notice the two doorways. One is set lower than the other. The concrete floor is sloped so I can wash out the coop easily. (Greg thought of everything!)

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I was hoping asking around for coop names would make my job easier, not harder.

Duh.


Here are the names I've gathered from everyone who contributed.


Eggstravaganza
Rooster Court

Eggsterminate

Chicken Court

Bantam Court

Cluckingham Palace

Counting Coop

Pecking Palace

Poultry In Motion

Taj Mahen

Coop de Ville

Cackle Corner

Chateau de Poulet


and of course, my entries


Pueblo de Pollo

Coop de GrĂ¢ce
--removed from consideration
Eggcetera

Crow & Cackle


I think I'm going to pick the top five I like and let Greg pick the winner. Do you guys have any favorites?

9 comments:

Dru said...

I like Poultry in Motion, Pecking Palace and Crow & Cackle

Angela James said...

I love Poultry in Motion!

Maria Zannini said...

Thanks, guys!

Poultry in Motion and Pecking Palace are at the top of my list.

And Poultry in Motion has special significance because of where we live. Our unincorporated 'village' is called Poetry.

Mike Keyton said...

I go for Poultry in motion too. Brilliant

Sandra Ulbrich Almazan said...

Cluckingham Palace and Taj Mahen!

Barbara Ann Wright said...

Cluckingham Palace.

catie james said...

I like Cluckingham Palace, Poultry in Motion, Coop de Ville, Chateau de Poulet, and Pecking Palace. (I fear Eggsterminate might be a lil' frightening for the chickies). :)

Maria Zannini said...

Hoo boy! And the race is getting hot and heavy.

I sent Greg my top five and he's narrowed it down to two.

Hopefully, I will be able to show you the new sign in a couple of weeks.

Thanks, guys!

Joanne said...

As a writer, I cast my vote for Poultry in Motion too. I guess there's also Bantam Court (for Bantam books?) Cute names going on here!