Friday, March 3, 2017

a friday night film


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13 comments:

Sam Finn said...

Gorgeous George.

John Wells said...

A bunny rescue brought to The Field Lab. This baby rabbit was brought to a neighbors house by a cat. It has some minor injuries on its' legs but seems to be healthy otherwise. It is unclear whether he is a cottontail or a jackrabbit as they pretty much look the same at this age. I will keep him caged for about a week to make sure he's OK, then let him join the rest of the bunny gang out here. News Theme by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Hamster March by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100212
Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Cartoon clip included under YouTube Fair Use Guidelines.
"The Abominable Snow Rabbit (1961)" https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005NFJAQC/

RossA said...

John,
One of our Friday Nite events.
If we are ever in Texas we'll be visiting....

We are in Groton MA, A bit of a distance but...

Ross A

John Wells said...

RossA...Thanks for tuning in. Visitors are always welcome at TFL.

rj said...

You might want to pick up some lithium powered tools like the Makita Cordless circular saw. Mine holds a charge great. Charge on your solar and do most projects easily. No generator to deal with. Makita XSS02Z

Margery Bills said...

Very cute and well done film. :-) You were walking very normally, good. Both of you handled the animals very well. TY. Liked it.

John Wells said...

rj...I have a cordless Ryobi circular saw that works fine on its' lithium batteries. I built my little hut with nothing but cordless tools charged off my solar back in the beginning.

Sam Keith said...

It says a lot about someone who will go to some trouble to help a little creature in need.

Annemarie Gerber said...

Those roosters are a steal. Especially Chupa. We were trying to figure out whether his mood was a welcoming, inquisitive or guardian attack mode of you when the bunny cab pulled in...and then the cluck cluck when little George went in to his cage. Loved the comic in the end.

Sam Finn said...

Maybe you might mark George in some way so we can keep track of him when he joins the others? Felt pen?

John Wells said...

Sam...already planning on it...

linda said...

I really enjoy your Friday night films and your love for animals. Bunny has a good home.

Deborah Hall said...

Absolutely loved the cartoon ending, been along time since I laughed this much. I will enjoy watching George grow up along with his or her new friends...