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The Visitor

I headed out to hoe the garden the other day, and found a little visitor.


She was near the hose reel, getting a little water. I walked all over the yard, and she ambled just ahead of me. She was not to concerned, after all when she stopped, I stopped. And I couldn’t see her, if she held still, could I?


Her next is probably in the bushes in the front yard. If she is lucky, something won’t eat the next set of babies. The first were smack in the middle of our back yard and the crows got ’em.


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Granny lives in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. I like genealogical research, gardening, cool weather, spending time with my family, and bluegrass music.


4 Responses to “The Visitor”

  1. Apple says:

    I hope she stays outside the fence! My mother makes me buy rabbit food and she feeds hers and finds them very entertaining. I haven’t seen any yet this year but they’ve been snacking in the flower beds.
    .-= Apple´s last blog ..Wedding Belle =-.

  2. grannypam says:

    We have actually seen the little ones jump through the fence. Really. Also have had deer tracks in our little garden. Hopefully we’ll get something to eat, too!

  3. tipper says:

    Wow deer and rabbits-you have all kinds of wildlife! Funny how the rabbit didn’t act that scared of you.
    .-= tipper´s last blog ..Economic Downturn Effects Education In Appalachia =-.

  4. grannypam says:

    Well, they are suburban rabbits. They aren’t afraid of us, they are used to seeing lots of people, cars and so on. It is hard to scare them away, really impossible.

    D3 used to see them on the lawns while she walked to the school bus stop, and couldn’t believe it. They just sat around like lawn ornaments, and still do. That was right after we moved here from a rural location. We’re used to it now, they live here too, and that’s that! The cats really watch what they are doing from the windows.

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