Sunday, April 7, 2013

Some kind of wrap up catch-up...



We spent a couple of days of the Easter long weekend at our 'own but can't live in' old/new house. The bunny with the eggs found the girls even tho we were not at "we're other home" and they delighted in the early morning hunt through the dew and native violets.

We did lots of tidying up. First we un-bogged the tractor which has been patiently waiting for some dry, not quite so slippery ground since our rain sodden last visit. The big girl got in plenty more practice on the ride-on mower; first actually mowing the couple of flat acres around the house and then later driving about doing pick ups with the trailor on the back.

We hunted about and made lots of new discoveries, especially in the very overgrown vegie patch. The wee girl filled her easter basket with loads of bright red cherry tomatos which we added to our inside dinner of 'campside' beans (I'd give you a recipe but it is different everytime!).

The girls and I found a tiny nest with four abandoned teeny tiny eggs and the prettiest little feather. I am not sure what kind of bird built and later left the nest, I will have to do some more investigating.


We have found a tenant, so there will be no more trips south to our little hinterland hidehole until we can call it home. So we left a new letterbox with gnome type personality to stand guard til we get back.


* Rabbit pattern is one from the talented Linda of Mamma-4-Earth Molly Bunny

2 comments:

W-S Wanderings said...

That feather and those wee eggs are astounding! I can't wait to hear what kind of bird they're from. Your bunny is darling and that mail box? I WANT ONE. That would make the mail carrier smile. It certainly makes ME smile.

S said...

WSW... you just reminded me I need to do some bird feather detective work. I am glad our letterbox made you smile - we got a bit messy with red paint and it wasn't quite dry when we left but it made us smile too!