One bunny, which has just been rescued from under the rabbit hutch after it fell out in a topsy turvey heap when the door of the cage was opened.
.... and here are the rest, at least ten.
There were more but they were found beheaded by their mum just after they were born.
Don't know why she did that, she just did.
Rabbits are the sweetest things to look at, but my goodness they are ruthless when it comes to their young. Lester has often had to pick up remnants of baby rabbits after the mum has had a set to and killed the lot.
I am not going to say any more on the subject of rabbits,
just to say that three adult rabbits are in the freezer,
and they weighed in at 1.5 kgs each.
Been a divinely dozy day here,
with the Rayburn lit since morning because the weather has been cold, wet, and not nice.
If it had been January, then we would not have felt inconvenienced by the weather and only lit the Rayburn late afternoon, but it is April after all, so expectations are that we should be having warmer weather, which we should be getting at the end of the week (won't mention the thunder storms which are also forecasted), meanwhile we indulged ourselves by having the fire lit.
The Rayburn cooked lunch on its stove top,
did not like being asked to bake scones in its oven,
but did enthusiastically cook a chunk of frozen pork for lunch tomorrow.
Signing off for now,