If anyone knows of any pear trees available locally that are hardy to zone 3 or 4, please let me know. We will be looking for some (fully leaved, non-dormant) in the spring!
This afternoon I wanted to take some updated photos of our older bunnies that just haven't been sold yet for one reason or another. They're getting older and I want them to move out, especially the boys before I have to separate them out.
But alas, as I was snapping photos, I had the bright idea to do Facebook live videos of them instead. So here is the video of Raisinet and Diana Prince:
Today #3 was able to catch our gorgeous rooster. This guy was one that hatched from the eggs we bought from #1's friend locally, he was fluffy and black as a chick, but as he's grown he's gotten the neatest white pattern too. He's a bit of a jerk when held (kept biting her hand), but he's shy on the ground, and I do plan to keep him around if he survives winter. He doesn't have a name yet, but he is a pretty one.
Today I made an appointment to sell Yin, the black brother of Yang (who is white). I feel a little bad separating them, but Yin is a lot friendlier than Yang, so we kind of figured they'd end up split up. I'm just glad Yin has a home excited to have him. He leaves on Monday.