Holy cluck.. that was one heck of a coop tour!
- 39 coops
- 210 miles of coop tours
- 11 Coop tours
- Cities from San Mateo to San Jose
- A Coop Century
- and 2008 Registered Tourists!
We hope everyone had an amazing clucking good time on this year’s coop tour!
Special clucks go out to all of the Coopsters who opened up their back yards or community gardens for this year event! Without the coop stops, there couldn’t be a coop tour!
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Palo Alto Coop – with feature that lets the neighborhood share in their chickens with a roadside access point!
Eggs from the Alta Vista High school coop stop!
Coop Tour Accessories!
This Menlo Park Coop and coop owner showed how chickens can be great pets! An amazingly nice coop too!
Here is the coop owner of a coop stop in East Palo Alto inside of a barn that was originally part of the Weeks Poultry farm where south bay residents would locally get their eggs from chickens.
East Palo Alto Coop Stop
This amazing coop stop called Self Sufficient Life in East Palo is planning to revolutionize composting methods with new approaches!
The Northern PA, Menlo Park and East PA tool included scenic trails along the Bay Trail for many miles!
Palo Alto Coop with rain catchment systems, bees and gardens and of course a coop!
Official Tour markings on bike in case Tour De Coop Ticket checking was strictly enforced.
This is a group of 4H chicken project folks who came to check out the coops in Palo Alto.
This family of future coopsters was properly attired with coop tour accessories
Coop kiss? Anything is possible while on a coop tour while wearing official coop tour accessories.
The coop tour – smiling – can you say “chicken” photo
Yes.. I did buy this shirt that includes a bicycle and a chicken just for this coop tour!
Where is the next coop?
Coop Tourist everywhere!
The North PA, East PA and Menlo Park Coop Tour cross Hwy 101 twice easily and friendly on 2 bicycle bridges that cross over 101.
Chickens of every breed and size and color was on display on the coop tour! Like my feather pattern?
The Palo Alto – Dana Meadows Organic Childrens Garden with Karen in her garden.
What about us ducks! We are better layers and better eggs for you too! QUACK!
Coopsters wonderfully documented their flocks and coops for the tourists!