Sunday, April 01, 2007

A Hidden Haven Sunday

My outdoor toilet

A closeup of the dogwoods I see out my front window
They are just starting to open up and are beautiful
Aren't the baby chicks growing!
This is what greets me every morning at the gate (as long as its after daylight!) They really don't care if its me or not as long as someone has a bucket of feed when they go in the pen.
And if I happen to have some fresh greens to toss to them, they think they are in heaven.
Flower wanted some greens too. But Thumper wanted his back scratched first.

And those sweet little baby bunnies...
Have their eyes open!

10 comments:

meggie said...

I just love seeing pics of your lovely animals. How cute that little rabbit is!
Who could not love animals.

Terri said...

Oh! I need some bunnies! I NEED them! Yours are lovely. What kind? We had Flemish Giants for ages. They were wonderful. So calm. And HUGE! LOL they scared the dogs!
God bless!
Terri

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

aww....love baby bunnies..such cute animals.

the night owl said...

Good Morning...Your baby bunnies are too cute..Wish I could hold one.Have a great week and a Happy Easter.
baba

Rosa said...

I think I would be with those bunnies all day! Too cute!

"Early Bird" said...

What a wonderful post! I just love your place! The animals look so sweet and I know you give them good care just by looking at them!

Lady Laurie said...

Love those baby bunnies, thanks for sharing all the wonderful pictures!

Kathleen Marie said...

Oh my gosh, those bunnies are just too cute! How adorable and so plump and healthy looking.

It certainly is spring in your neck of the woods... we have a few weeks yet to go here before it hits us fully.

Hugs to you!

Patty said...

so cute ! We rasied California's, french angora's, netherland dwarfs and a few others for show when the girls were younger. Always loved the baby bunnies

miss*R said...

are the black chickens called 'australorp' ? - if so, they are an australian breed. I have a few and they are the most delightfully natured chooks