No flowers in our garden - just a kangaroo and a rabbit
By Judy Evans
September 14, 2020 7:48pm CST
Yesterday, our slightly tame kangaroo hung around the house again and ended up taking an afternoon nap in the sun in the round garden outside the lounge window. A baby rabbit decided to sit in the sun too. I’ve put a ring around him as he is a bit hard to see otherwise. I spent a couple of hours burning leaf litter, trying to lessen the fire hazard when summer arrives. I have slacks and a top that I’ve worn both days while burning and I’ll wear them again later today. They smell of smoke so once I’ve finished burning, they’ll get washed. It saves having three or four outfits all smelling of smoke.
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• United States
aw, sweet! i love when critters feel comfy 'nough to take'p residence. i finally saw a cottontail here yesterday, actually 2. 've not seen one all year, so 'twas a pleasant surprise. too many ferals, so they no longer nest anywhere near. yepperz, why use clean clothin' fer such a task? i do the same with weed pullin' 'n corral cleanin'.
• Bangalore, India
They are lovely and gentle visitors there in your gardenAnd I have plenty of flowers right now here and I am enjoying birds, bees and butterflies paying a visit. Have not seen monkeys in months and that makes me and my garden happy