Essays taken from a weekly newspaper column published in the Washington County News, Washington, Kansas. Look for my book, "Dispatches From Kansas," available from Amazon.com, or from the author.
Maybe the wild bun knows what is under it, that it is near of kin.Chod
I have been looking at your pictures for about a week or so now,Jenni shared your link, and I just had to tell you how amazing and beautiful they all are. I am truly in awe. I look forward to and really enjoy seeing what new treasures you will share each day.
The rabbit on Mr. Bun;s cairn is terrific!
Why do I have a feeling I've fallen down the rabbit hole? It's like reading a story, this cairn. One chapter, and then another and another, and then voila! The unexpected twist!You didn't lace that cairn with carrots, now did you????????Of course not ;-) I know better than that. Alfalfa?
Linda -- This was one of those defining moments in a person's life. Touched with grace. No chumming with carrots or alfalfa but emotional outreach. Good vibes. Luck. Vision. Perhaps in their own way the wild rabbits create, share, sustain.
Wow. Wild bun on cairn. Fantastic.Also love the coffee steam and the bricks.
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