Here is Laura (FOTA), from RenoRabbits, and BL discussing the merits of Black Bart! Racer is back there saying "NO!" (OK so I put words in his mouth.)
Here is the young Princess who hopes to get Black Bart in a little bit.
Bart is going back home soon, until it works for the girl to get him! I mean, he lives in, and has trashed, our kitchen. BL PROMISED he would stay the few visiting days outside in a nice sheltered pen, but noooooo ... toot sweet he is "Too precious" and "No trouble" and "Loves company" - bah.
Wait, No - we have not gone "over". B.B. is just visiting for a few days - he is hopefully destined for a youngster who will come here soon to have a get-to-know-us session.
In the meantime. Bart and Savannah have shown much joint interest - they sort of have adjoining suites - Bart currently belongs to the lady who gave us Savannah some time ago! He's a fine bunny - very friendly.
Now - back to your regularly scheduled programming ....
"So you soft, fuzzy cutey-pie - how shall I increase my newspaper circulation?" - the "P" "OMG! I can't believe he is asking a rabbit this stuff? I would suggest giving away more treats!" - The Princess (The "P" is the Publisher of our local paper - BL (the columnist) has learned he had a pet bunny as a child and so off to work goes The Princess. A great time was had by all! - very cool, eh?)
Yep, good names for these two - tucked in and snuggled up behind the box is a favorite place on a nice day outside.
I have a gig this fall and winter - weekly wading (bushwhacking really!) a mile or so in two different streams counting spawning salmon. First trip was Wednesday, for the boss to give us an orientation and show us our creeks - no fish expected. But this IS a surprise - a female Coho already way up the creek and pretty well the worse for wear. (We saw a second too.) This fish has gone about 10 miles up a river, 10 miles up a big creek, over a small water fall and then 10 miles up a lake to find this dab of a creek with about 10" of water in it. She is about 2 1/2 feet long! Saw no males - hope some get there soon! (We'll be counting until all fish gone - well into January.)
Savannah sleeps through the passing of the shadow!We are pretty far north. We get a lot of dark from about Nov. 1 to Feb. 14! And damp. And a bit of snow now and then. So Savannah is stocking up on her Vitamin D!!
... she just no longer cares. Your reputation continues to slide!" - RGLooks like we're in for stormy weather! Columbus Day marks the "official" start of the stormy season here - we are going to get a windy soaker Sat and Sun. The "official" "All Clear" does not happen until Mother's Day. Here in the Pacific NW we have all misplaced our umbrellas since then, and are about to become the world's best place to sell sun glasses because we will be misplacing those about every other day now too, for the next 6 months!
(* BL's latest newspaper article is about Kitty Boy - he is delighted. See "Bunny Lady's Columns" in Websites to the right.)
- Racer -"Look Racer - that is very clever - but - none of you can play out in the rain. Everybunn has a cozy condo or pen in the house and that is where you stay when the deck is wet. We'll make it worth your while!" - RG