Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Baby Bugs grown up
Last year, at the very beginning of building the alpaca barn, one of the craftsmen found a baby rabbit who had fallen in one of the holes to be used as a a footing for the barn. He gently lifted her out and she hung around all year. We made a pact that she would not eat our garden if we fed her carrots. We both held up our ends of the bargain. The garden grew and so did she. We would see her intermittently throughout the winter. She has resumed her early morning visits for her breakfast. She has such a marvelous camouflage system in her fur. You may have to click on the picture to enlarge it to find her. She's almost in the middle of the picture.