There’s been lots of these little guys running around this spring. The mother hen appears to go about her business and her chicks struggle to keep up with her. They get distracted and lose sight of her, or get separated by some steps or a curb. I’ve tried to capture the comedy and cuteness of these moments.
Published by Notes From My Hammock
On my first trip travelling away from my UK home, my goal was to find a tropical beach where I could hang a hammock and enjoy an ocean view. I literally found this spot in Thailand and stayed there for six weeks. I did get out of my hammock and explore occasionally. From then on, I’ve been metaphorically looking for somewhere to hang my hammock: somewhere sunny, close to the sea and close to a sandy beach. This is where I feel most at home. For the last thirteen years this has been various places in The Bahamas. I currently live with my family (husband, two daughters and small dog) on Harbour Island, where I run a small private school. I’ve lived in The Bahamas for the last thirteen years, with a quick three-year child-producing, exclusive boarding school-working, break in Switzerland. When I’m not teaching, I like to paint, write, surf, and generally do anything that takes place at the beach or in the water. I am in the process of relocating from one island location to another (Harbour Island, Bahamas to Tortola, BVIs). I’m enjoying the last few weeks of life in the place I’ve called home for the last five years, and packing up for the move. Join me as I revisit my favorite activities here and embrace new adventures in a new location. View all posts by Notes From My Hammock