Well, we are going to try to get back into blogging. And hopefully we can remember some of what happened in the last couple of months. May is a time of babies, and this year Coonie had her third successful brood of 4. As you can see, all that cat food went right to mama's milk supply. One day Caleb was walking down the road and found a soaking wet, almost dead baby chipmunk. We suspect that a crow or other bird caught it and was taking it home over the bay and it fell in. Caleb scooped it up and brought it home. We really had not much hope that it would survive, but in a day or two, little Chippy was quite perky. He had a suite of rooms in our deluxe rabbit hutch and seemed very content. But after a couple of weeks, we began to feel bad, so Thomas made a fun log bridge (in the photo) from the open door of the rabbit hutch to our fort. Chippy loved it immediately and had his freedom.
Coonie was raised in our house, with cats. The other night she came by and a feral cat showed up too. I figured there would be a fight, but sweet Coonie just let this unknown cat eat right along side her. A few minutes later all 4 of Coonies babies came galloping up and chased the cat away. The kitty stayed about 4 feet away growling about his misfortune.
Everything under the sun was there! This boat was amazing, from the motor to all the details on the dashboard.
There were many intricate towns with working trains, to every kind of detail imaginable. Even a baseball game in progress with action! The crowd stood up with each hit of the ball! This 20 foot Titanic was for sale. $45,000!