Humpday Humor

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Author: foguth

Though Jeanne began her career technical writing, her love of romantic-suspense, whether it be present, future or in an unknown galaxy inspired her to write the novels she wanted to find in bookstores. Since marrying, Jeanne and her husband have lived from the arctic to the tropics, as well as from yacht to off-grid mountain home. She loves using vivid colors and flowing shapes in her oil paintings as well as creating edible landscapes. At present, she is finishing writing the Chatterre Trilogy and working on a new episode for The Sea Purrtector Files. You can always find out what she is working on and/or contact her at: www.jeannefoguth.com.

14 thoughts on “Humpday Humor”

    1. I knew it was a chicken of some sort, but Sid, who lives in Italy, said, ” a Gallina Cedo Padovana Orlo Nero, a special type of hen coming from Padua, Italy. Very ancient, very rare specie.”

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  1. In the first image: it should be a Gallina Cedo Padovana Orlo Nero, a special type of hen coming from Padua, Italy. Very ancient, very rare specie.
    There are several farms in Veneto that today breed/raise those so-called “ornamental” hens 🙂
    (my mother recognized that hen, her grand-father had one similiar in the ’30, and so she won the game 😛 )
    Ciao
    Sid

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    1. I knew it was a chicken, but not the breed. When we sailed in Columbia’s Rosario Islands, we discovered a” bird zoo” that specialized in Chickens…. apparently, a few years earlier someone had collected chicken species from all over to world to see which ones were best for that climate.
      I never realized how many species of chickens there were!

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      1. I wish I could recall the name of the place – we were there 10 years ago, so it might not be there. For certain, you can’t drive to it. We got there via dinghy & our ‘tour guide’ was a very personable peacock.

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