Don't know if the scarecrow scared away any owls last night, but it did scare me early this morning. When I walked out the back door carrying the compost and caught a glimpse of a man on the steps, well, I almost dropped my bucket. Seeing him from the back especially, wearing that black hood, he looked real!
Think we could have gotten any closer? I'm no good at taking selfies. Looks like I need longer arms.
We haven't lost another guinea. It could be the scarecrow is working, or that the owls have found our neighbor's guineas. They live down in the bottom near the creek and have, or had, twenty guineas. I hope not. Poor guineas.
Here's Bun Bun's cage with the bedroom attached, the one I hauled all by myself from the goat lot down to the old dog lot. Kind of ragged looking but Bun Bun sure likes it better than the small wire cage he was sleeping in.
and this was moving day for Bun Bun's cage and all the attachments...an actual wagon train moving along.
Now, I'm looking for a better cage for Fiona, and speaking of Fiona, she has shown no sign of having baby bunnies. I'm probably the only person on earth with a female bunny that can't get pregnant. Crazy, isn't it!
This is the cutest rabbit hutch for sale on Craigslist...
They are asking $100.00 or best offer. I'm hoping it is still available and will consider the best offer I can make which will be $75.00. I've emailed them but have not heard back.
Okay, I go on and on about nothing and create a very boring post. I sure appreciate your not giving up on me and my blog. We just live a pretty dull life. Thank goodness for the sweet animals who live here! :)