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    December 13, 2009


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    David Kingsley

    We have some dense vegetation on one side of our house which is a seasonal bunny incubator. A few feet away is the window well in my office. Teeny bunnies would fall in with no chance of escape. Imagine a superball in a barrel with strong legs and a brain. Attempts to catch them only made them more frantic. Having been a designer all my life, I rigged a black cloth shopping bag to a stick and lowered it into the well, making sure to hold it open. With another stick I would gently prod the bunny. As planned, on every occasion they ran right into the dark "rabbit hole" and I hoisted them out to safety. Most often they were paralyzed with fear and I would get to observe them closely for a few moments before they regained their legs.


    While the others were material to discover the wheel by diving around it, two were courageous and powerful enough to jump/climb up onto the wheel and one of these hopped into the water within.

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