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I like the little girl and her dog!
Chris: They just looked so cute..
i never realised that eggs could walk Chris....petersmile
Chris: Err..and fly Peter
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 30 Mar 2015, 06:31
Yes, now it is time to buy the eggs for Easter. I prefer free range eggs, too.
Chris: Luckily we have our own chickens and ducks, so I don't have to buy any myself
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 30 Mar 2015, 06:54
That poor darn whippet is not "free range", heh.

Actually, I doubt it is a whippet either...things are not going well for the mutt!
Chris: Maybe it has eyes for that stuffed chicken on the table..
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 30 Mar 2015, 07:28
....and live music....
I think that dog wanted to have 'free range' too...
(long time ago there were sold more 'free range' eggs in Hollanshire than there were 'produced'....)
Chris: There certainly is a free range movement in the UK Astrid. Personally I will be free ranging the streets with my camera later today.
Cutting out the middle man is always a smart move if it can be achieved Tiff.
Chris: That is a phrase which resonates from childhood Chad, cutting out the middle man. I must have picked it up from overheard adult conversations I suppose. We are, in part, at least, made from phrases and attitudes casually harvested through childhood right through to adultery
I do like a nice egg
Chris: So do I, just about to have one in fact..
  • Richard T
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 30 Mar 2015, 07:55
Eggs are one of our great marvels.
Beaten up, cooked au natural in butter and eaten ... along with some good French bread and a large glass of wine ... Wonderful.
Chris: Err..mine for breakfast will be boiled, eaten with toast
"Free Range" are magic words for many in America, too, Chris. My BIL grows free-range chickens on his farm in Michigan and sells his eggs for a good price (can't remember what right now) and he ALWAYS has buyers. And then when it's time to kill the chickens, he gets customers buying them for $3/pound. It's a good business!
Chris: That is good news Ginnie
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Mar 2015, 08:41
I see the 'laying' department is behind the counter ;o)

Nothing quite like a free range egg is there?
Chris: And there is live music in the laying dept too
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Mar 2015, 09:13
I see he has brought along one of his chickens. I particualrly enjoy a duck egg.
Chris: Good - next time I see you I'll chuck one at you
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Mar 2015, 10:13
It's good to see that the dog is not free range
Chris: Very much so Anne, I think he'd eat anything!
Worth every penny. Grocery store eggs start out old.
Chris: Absolutely Mary
I don't see the price posted, Chris. Do you know how much he was charging per dozen?
Chris: Sorry Bev, as we have our own chickens etc I don't look for the prices on stalls
I wonder if that is Mum buying the eggs while daughter struggles with the dog.
Chris: I wouldn't be at all surprised Brian
The dog would evidently like to be free range, too smile
Chris: And it would eat all the SAUSAGES!
i like that sheen on the pet. nice image here, much to see in it
Chris: Market day in Bath Ayush: thank you
Such a great contrast between the little girl and the man selling the eggs.
Chris: Glad you like it Hollie, taken at Bath market

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