...they're kinda hiding up there off to the right.
It certainly was an interesting few days for us. But neither of us would have it any other way. There are TONS of people crowding the streets in Bethlehem for some reason these days! You barely have to leave the roost to find something to eat. Which makes life easy for us pigeons.
As if life wasn't easy enough already. Its pretty comfortable when you've found a stable to live in that doesn't have any other birds to contend with. We've got it MADE! No chickens pecking us, no geese honking anytime we land near the feed box, landing near this place was the best decision ever.
The animals are all big and well-fed, their human wants to keep them and all their guests happy... I suppose he feels like its his job. They run what they call an "Inn" here. Animals will come for a day or two and then be on their way with their humans in tow. The oldest Ox told us that we're welcome to stay too, but he's curious that we'd come on our own without humans. We try to keep our talk sweet and on the quiet side... they let us eat from their mangers after all. Their human has taken a liking to us too, its nice to be cared for instead of brushed aside.