I wonder how many weird google referrals we’re going to get for that title… Oh well. Look at all our pretty colors! I spent today getting every single one of Dandelion’s litter photographed for the waiting list of prospective rabbit owners. I can’t believe they will be six-weeks old tomorrow! I started officially weaning them yesterday by separating a batch from Dandelion, although it looks as if she had weaned them all last week.
I also harvested the last of the turnips from the garden. What a sad day. That’s about it for growing anything until we build a greenhouse next month. Our neighbor wanted to level out the soil in the garden before spring, but after getting his ATV out he decided the ground was absolutely frozen and that it would be near impossible to do anything with until spring anyhow. It was fun to watch him get the plow attachment out anyway.
Our house is on a slope so I feel like we live in a tree house sometimes when I look out on our tiny field– mostly to see what people are up to. We hardly ever get anyone daring enough to trek down our driveway in the winter so noise in the yard usually means: intruder. Although there was a curious cable t.v. salesman who came down the driveway last spring right as I was breeding rabbits. That’ll teach ’em!