Life off the grid in the SW Texas desert. An experiment in sustainable living. NUMBERS AT THE END OF EACH BLOG POST: temp at 8PM,high temp,low temp,rainfall,wind conditions(CalmBreezyWindyGusty).
You just never know what might happen with rabbits. You could end up with a variant of the jackalope. . .long horn jack rabbits?Just a thought.
Sounds like time to call for Brother Maynard and get a holy hand grenade.
I never saw "Night of the Lepus, but after a quick scan on "Wikipedia" I think it may just be a candidate for movie night! Especially the part: "Widely panned by critics for its premise, bad directing, stilted acting, and laughable special effects, the film's biggest failure was considered to be the inability to make the rabbits seem scary." Inventive and funny, they usually do kinda go together....
What about the wildfires? Close? Are you worried?
fires still burning....but far away
Fear the Bunny
Watership Down is a much better rabbit story.
Fires still burning are 108+25+20 miles away near the Buffalo Trails scout Ranch.... Pray for rain.
Nice corral for the Palo Verde plants. Hope it keeps 'em out.I love the art work on your copy of the DVD. Thanks for the link to the movie information. Being a Hare, I simply must see this movie! I'm checking Netflix now...
Just might be one of the worst movies ever made, especially when you consider the cast. It is definately one of the funniest horror films I have ever seen. The rabbit attacks looked like the victim was attacked by a furry blanket. I wonder if it was inspired by Willard, which I totally enjoyed, and recommend. Rats are creey, however rabbits are just vegetarian pests, unless you are Jimmy Carter.
Post a Comment