SPIKE WRITES: Turkey calling “It’s a bit flippin’ cold ! ……..” Episode 3


Thursday 22 January, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Our young rooster, Duke, has penned his monthly letter to his Aunty Gill – this one seems to be all about his cold weather amorous adventures.

Gill McGrath

Episode 1

Episode 2

This is Episode 3
Dukes Diary Front Page Duke the talking Rooster has come all the way from  Turkey  at Uncle Spikes blog  and says…….

Yo Aunty Gill it’s me again, Duke-Cocka-Locky, your nephew from Türkiye.  After my last post, it was real exciting to see your bloggerising friends say nice things – that’s pretty cool for a young Number SPIKE 01Two rooster like me. So here I am again, writing to my favourite aunty about what is happening over here on the farm; after all, it’s a brand new year, even here, but something has changed, and I don’t like it…

Duke 01
It is winter here now Aunty Gill, and soooo cold I reckon my feathers are gonna stick together! I know what you’ll say, “Don’t be a wimp, rooster-up and grow a pair!” Well I have, lol – it’s part of my job description actually. Hey, you’ll never guess what fun…

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2 thoughts on “SPIKE WRITES: Turkey calling “It’s a bit flippin’ cold ! ……..” Episode 3

  1. dEER dOOK,
    I yam jOsAFEEn THE CAT. I haz a blOOg wher i LEt MoMMEE writ. I LiK yoR pOOSTS a LoT!
    🙂 jb

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