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Friday, August 2, 2013

HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT

Who is that invader in my yard?


Can't see him, you say?  Look closer


Freezing in position does NOT make you invisible, bunny.  Within seconds of this he took off and went scampering away, faster than light.  

He's one of many who live in this golf course community.  Within a few weeks he will have tripled in size, mainly in his ears and rear legs and he won't be nearly as cute as this.

11 comments:

Steve said...

Nice to see a visitor to your yard.

Lowandslow said...

Hey, bunny's gotta eat, too.

If I had your yard the one thing I'd want to see when I looked out the window is a yard boy mowing. ;)

S

The Bug said...

Aw - but he's cute now :)

Stephen Hayes said...

Cuteness doesn't last. People who knew me as a child wonder what happened.

Tom Cochrun said...

Are you trying to speak Lapine to him or her? They are apparently pretty good with mythology.
Recalling Watership Down, are you?

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

Every other Wednesday.

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

LOL

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

I never read Watership Down. But I used to sing "...here comes Peter Cottontail, hopping down the bunny trail..."

Incidentally, I hear they're pretty good braised, with a mushroom gravy.

Sharon said...

They aren't quite as cute when they grow into the big guys that frequent the golf courses.

I saw your note on my travel site. Many, many years ago I went to a Yankee's game at Yankee stadium too! What a treat!

Thérèse said...

Surviving the heat near a golf course makes it easier on him/her.

Tom said...

Neither are they cute when they raid the vegetable and flower gardens. But as I said once before, my strategy is to run out into the garden, make a lot of noise, run in the opposite direction from the disappearing bun in the hope that I won't catch him/her.