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Their coop runneth over: The story behind Key West’s feral chickens

(Note: Sweetums thought the subject of feral chickens was kinda boring. I, of course, am interested in the story behind every oddity. Plus, I had taken photos of the chickens when I was there a few years back with Baby Girl, so… If you’re bored, I’ll try to only write about chickens again unless there… Continue reading Their coop runneth over: The story behind Key West’s feral chickens

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Why is there a giant roadside chicken in Clarkrange, Tenn.?

Sweetums and I love coming across odd roadside attractions, of course, but sometimes they leave us scratching our heads. For example, back in March when we drove to the Victorian village of Rugby, Tenn. (click here to see our photos of Rugby), we passed a giant metal chicken on the side of the highway. It… Continue reading Why is there a giant roadside chicken in Clarkrange, Tenn.?

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This Key West Cemetery has some of the world’s strangest epitaphs

I was lucky enough to visit Key West once, for one night and one day. A friend with a daughter Baby Girl’s age lived in Miami and we drove there to see them, then we all headed to Key West. I’ve written before about touring Hemingway’s house and seeing his polydactyl cats. Click here to… Continue reading This Key West Cemetery has some of the world’s strangest epitaphs

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Thinking of six-toed cats at Hemingway Home as Irma hits Key West

UPDATE: The cats and home are safe. [Kelly Kazek] All 54 Hemingway cats are safe, and the house is intact, according to Hemingway House General Manager Jacque Sands #HurricaneIrma — Orlando Sentinel (@orlandosentinel) September 10, 2017 My original story: As Hurricane Irma made landfall in the Florida Keys this morning, I was reading a story about… Continue reading Thinking of six-toed cats at Hemingway Home as Irma hits Key West