a.k.a. placing my rabbits in foster care.
Just got back from an overnight trip to Washington County to drop of the rabbits until I get settled in at the new place in August. Jenna was sweet enough to take my gang in for a few months, which was a huge relief. It’s a lot for any non-rabbit person to take care of that many critters, but Jenna has experience and I trusted that they would all be safe in her barn with the rest of her rabbits.
(The gang, ready to roll. Salad took the front seat with me. After all, she IS my girl!)
I’m kinda bushed but I really wanted to share my experience in some capacity. I wish I had the energy to describe the whole trip, but I managed to snap a bunch of pictures with my phone while I was there so I think I’ll just share those instead. Enjoy!
]]>Life at Cold Antler Farm:
(Jasper! A sprightly young chap!)
(Offa my coffee, dagnabbit!)
(Bah, Ram, Ewe!)
(Jenna and her beefy feline, George!)
(beer, fire, huskies)
(Gibson is my boyfriend now. Sorry, Neil.)
A Workhorse Tutorial at Livingston Brook Farm:
(Patty and Steele, our instructors!)
(Ready to roll!)
(Patty said something to the effect of, “I picked this horse because he has a butt bigger than mine!” ::snicker::)
(That’s a whole lotta bun.)