Having finally had some rain, things have cooled down a little much to the relief of the rabbits, next week also looks like it will be very nice weather, so it's probably time to do the next breeding of the season. It also happens to coincide with the kits being at a good age to be separated from their mothers soon. As you can see, Dawn has taken over a lot of the care of her daughters kits, though they actually seem to be sharing quite well. I'm sure dawn will be happy with her own kits with this next round of breedings.
Having not hardened off our seedlings properly by doing an hour outside, then two, then three, then four, then a day, then all day and overnight, I was worried most wouldn't make it. Overall, most of them seem to be doing fine. They're not wilting promptly which is what I'd expect to see if they were going to just die off. Some have been killed off by the chickens of course, but otherwise they look good. I'm particularly excited about the peppers as usual because I love my hot foods, and hopefully will get enough peppers this year to do spice mixes, or at least refresh my dwindling stock of Limon peppers to put a reasonable level of kick in the food without the Lady of the House being unable to eat what I cook, which is always a challenging balance.