Why were the chickens at the bus stop?

They had a bus to catch! Thank you, thank you I’m here through the weekend don’t forget to tip your servers.  Yes, I know I’m not quite ready to headline in Vegas,  but why where there chickens at the bus stop?  To be honest, they were everywhere!  Almost every place we went outside of downtown, there were feral chickens running around (can chickens be feral?) At the bus stops, walking through some restaurant parking lots, walking through some patio restaurants, in the bushes near the grocery store, along many stretches of roads….there they were along with the geckos and iguanas but the reptiles will get their post later.  On the day we had a car, one darted across the road right in front of us causing us both to laugh at the unsaid joke we were both thinking.  I have no idea why they are loose like that or if at any given time someone can avail themselves of a free chicken dinner when the mood hits them, who knows! I’m sure the island residents do but I neglected to ask.  Oh well – hopefully this hen and her brood didn’t miss their bus.


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8 Responses to Why were the chickens at the bus stop?

  1. An interesting post =)

  2. ChgoJohn says:

    “All was peaceful there until Purdue opened up its first processing plant …”

  3. dhphotosite says:

    That’s too funny!!! Super fresh chicken at the KFC!!!

  4. Sartenada says:

    Well, I do not know, but we ask the children a tricky question: Why do chickens cross the road? Correct answer is: they cannot pass under the road. 🙂

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