July 15, 2005
1000 Years of Clucking
This famous Bowthorpe Oak has used every ounce of her great and ancient power to shape herself into a cozy den for few chickens. Why? Perhaps, at 1000 years old, she has at last begun to sense there may be something worthwhile about the tiny feathered beings... even though they are short-lived, even though they are inestimably dumb.
And oh, and what a coop it is. Luxury coop! Coop of wondrous coops! What a grand place to fritter and cluck about one's business!
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