It was a cold and frosty morning but I’m still trying to get the feel of the new camera so I took it out to play in the garden. Alice was more interested in a broken suitcase which was heading for the bin than in the camera. Look how porky she’s grown over the winter, a combination of too many treats and not enough exercise. (Her and me both !)
Since they nibble at my yard brush at any chance they get, when I had the chance to buy a new one at a really stupid price I did, and left the old one out for the rabbits to play with. Here’s Alice digging at the bristles and flicking bits of dry mud into the air.
Pepper is still a little wary of me following him around with the little red camera, mostly because Alice thinks I belong to her and tends to chase Pepper away if I give him her share of attention. I can get a closer picture from further away now so he’s happy enough to sit still and watch from a distance.
Eventually he got bored with watching me and went off to play. This part of the garden has no grass, it’s a playground full of stones, bits of wood and old branches. They rearrange it regularly although I have to add the odd brick here and there if they dig in the wrong place.
The following day started off just as cold but the sunshine enticed the two of them to snuggle outside for a spot of grooming. Alice does most of the grooming but Pepper does wash her ears from time to time.
After a while they settled down to a bit of sun snoozing and I left them in peace and went back indoors to see what I’d caught on the camera.
More fun and games in the garden with Alice, Pepper and other “Furry Friends“.