There's all sorts of safety guidelines for snowblowing that are very important, but frankly you can and should read the instruction manual that will tell you about them. I'm just going to tell you, know your machine, plan your paths, and aim your chute properly and a snow blower will make your shoveling faster by a long shot. Right is a beautiful shot the Lady of the House got of me actually blowing snow where it should go, into the woods.
Also, and of course, rabbits. The rabbits are doing well, but aren't thrilled with the snow. The hutches however are holding up well despite the snow on them. Design wise they could use with a slightly steeper roof so the snow doesn't settle on them as much. Whether I can get a meaningfully greater slope without compromising on the design in some way is up for grabs. But it's an ideal to work towards. As you can see though, they haven't collapsed yet.
Dawn also has babies that favor her facially and expression wise. The Lady of the House got a great example of it Right just after both of them had come up to greet me with a nose nudge. Each time I open the hutch if I give them their time instead of going straight to weight checks which we haven't done since the day before Christmas, they will each individually come up and nose bump my hand which is kind of sweet.
We also have adventure bunnies, that are interested in everything around them. There aren't any photos of it because we were busy reacting, but they also occasionally wonder what is outside and explore it via a flying leap. Or in this case they fall out because of fighting over position for food in the trough while the door is open. I'm not quite sure why they feel the need to fight over the trough while there are three crocks of food, but, it is what it is.
We also figured we'd get some photos for size when compared to how big the babies used to be. Left is the one that consented to being picked up and being held right now. As you can tell, they are no longer palm sized or smaller, and holding two of them like this would be a challenge. Below is a large photo showing you the "I am uncomfortable with this situation" expression just before demanding being put down.
Next post I'm going to try to have our resolutions and then start to get into all of the information and things going on here.
I hope you had healthy and happy holidays.