It's mostly housed bunnies, but Weazie stayed in there for a time, too. After Sanka moved into her deluxe loft, it sat vacant for a time. Are you wondering what it's doing now? I'll tell you...
Well, the whole barn area is developing quite nicely, very farmly, and quaint. And the old bunny hutch looked lonesome and forlorn without Sanka, or Weazie, or dear Joe. I hauled it over, set it amongst the pumpkins and beside Sanka's loft. Then I waited a while... for an idea to make itself known. The chicas still like to play hide-eggo-seek and I wondered if they wouldn't appreciate a quiet, sheltered, nesty spot to set a spell and lay. I opened the wire doors, folding them back, so they were out of the way, making a welcome entry. I grabbed the shipping box that held a vise Geoff ordered, to make a step-up for the little hens, then I filled the hutch with straw!
Ahead: a pasture fence, where chicas and goats can forage and frolic together, safe from predators, and away from my garden and avocado trees! Geoff still talks about big, fat hens. I am enjoying walking the goats on leashes, and calling the hens from the four corners of the yard, for a treat, and amusement.
But what about the barn? Yes... it's time to show the barn,