Life on the Burlingame Rescue Ranch and Reptile Reserve is quiet and routine these days. Daisy has settled into her new home and is enjoying the cooler weather. She lays about one egg every six days so she is earning her keep on the farm.
She puts herself to bed each night at sunset and I let her out at sunrise every morning. Then she goes about scratching up my lawn and eating various bugs and slugs from the herb garden. She and Buster have formed a friendly alliance and he ends up napping in her coop for hours during the day.
And the neighborhood young-uns continue to arrive to chase bunnies and chickens as is the natural order of things. This is my buddy Vivi, a regular visitor to my back yard.
And so far I have not heard a “peep” from the powers that be, regarding the vicious and highly illegal varmint living in my back yard. Although for all I know they could be mounting full-scale chicken eviction as I speak. Never fear–Rowdy is on the lookout and will alert us to any danger!
Happy Fall Y’all!