Hello! It’s me.
It’s been a long three weeks since we last spoke. I’ve been inundated with guests bringing treats.
Of course, after sampling the wine, I felt a bit woozy.
Yet I awake to a new day, one full of promise.
These days, there are storm clouds brewing.
Well, I’ve always said that there are four primary threats.
- Rusted Metal.
To our list, I add a fifth threat.
There are pros and cons to rabbits.
- Pro = Delicious bodily droppings.
- Con = Still a threat.
On a daily basis, I move into this mode (please visit the website if the video doesn’t play via email.
If possible, it’s fun to have a friend take you out to go rabbit hunting. I politely ask for my opportunity.
And then my friend and I are off and running …
We don’t always find rabbits … sometimes what we find is downright disturbing.
And sometimes we just stay clear of trouble.
Heck, I don’t even know what I’d do if I caught a rabbit. Yesterday I beat a cricket silly on my evening walk, but it’s not hard to demolish the exoskeleton of a cricket, now is it?
In my own yard, rabbits like to habitate in our flora. Here’s their favorite spot.
From there, the rabbits sneak under our backyard door …
Then they romp through the backyard …
… before exiting through the tiny holes on the other side of the backyard.
After exiting the backyard, they terrorize me by frolicking all over our front yard.
This continues … all day long. I am tormented by their presence.
Unable to catch a rabbit, I resort to tearing the stuffing out of delphinus delphis.
Our stay in the desert southwest ends in five weeks. I’ll be honest … I’m lobbying to stay longer. My work here hunting rabbits is far from over.