Sweetie, English Butterfly Bunny & Tour Guide

Sweetie, English Butterfly Bunny & Tour Guide
Hi and welcome to "Fairy Castle Farm" I hope you enjoy your stay! I should introduce myself, my name is Sweetie and I am a resident of Fairy Castle Farm. Well it's not actually a farm, but a suburban home in the southern suburbs of South Australia. I am a rare Old English Spot Bunny, and absolutely love life here with all my family and some good friends too... let me take you on a tour ....

WELCOME!

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You have entered the Kingdom of "Fairy Castle Farm" I hope you enjoy your stay! Please have a good look around and let me know what you think!

Fairy Castle Farm : Global Visitors

Guests

Monday, June 20, 2011

1055 Visits !!! A Global Welcome to all - Binky time!!

Ciao, Bonjour, Halo, baik hari, ¡Hola, hei,您好, hello!!!  to all our new friends and a special Hello and Ciao to our new followers, it's Sweetie here: .  


Welcome and enjoy,  sharing life with us on Fairy Castle Farm..... 
here are some of this weeks visitors ...
Pageviews by Countries
United States
86
Australia
45
Canada
20
United Kingdom
6
Italy
6
Malaysia
5
Spain
Singapore
4
1
Germany
3
Finland
China
3
1
Kenya
2
Well first up today, My Yollie caught me doing something a little strange ....  I can't explain it, the elephants rump just looked tooo irresistible - I just had to give it a taste!!




We also got to see Billy again, he is going into the vets soon to be "fixed" and he is none to pleased with the idea, no matter how much we try and tell him how much better he will feel after it's all healed up!


 Below is My Yollie's pride and joy in the "flowering garden" at the moment, it is a tree dahlia - it is huge but soooo pretty - what do you think?
see here for more on propagation etc ; http://www.abc.net.au/gardening/stories/s2660496.htm
 We can see it from our castle and you can even see it from over the fence !! It is so tall.

Look who else fluttered by for a visit - we think she likes the pretty flowering tree dahlia too. 






And to finish off here is the truss plum tomato again, with one the the tomatoes that have ripened ready to pick - Yum!!










Bye for now, from Sweetie:  and remember:
"Don't be shy to say Hi"

4 comments:

Hazel @ Merewether Life said...

Hey, just dropping a note to say hi and we have loved looking at the bunny rabbit photos and the chickens - we have chickens but have to wait until spring for a bunny rabbit.

Yollie, the human of Fairy Castle Farm said...

Nice to meet you Hazel,

thanks so much for stopping by and leaving us such a nice comment too!

Welcome and we hope you find what you are looking for come spring time. Adopting a bunny from a local shelter is always a great option. but a great place to research bunny info is :

http://networkedblogs.com/j0zoh

and sam has even written books see here :
http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/for-the-love-of-parsley-a-guide-to-your-rabbits-most-common-behaviours/15673307

This is based in the UK but bunnies are universal in cost and manner :o)

take care and hop by our little part of Australia again some time, tell us how you go! From Sweetie =(;o3

Jade said...

Hi Sweetie!

Mr. Mick and I stopped by to say hi and thanks for following our blog. We'll be following yours as well. Have a great day!

Yollie, the human of Fairy Castle Farm said...

Hi Jade and Mr Mick we are pleased to make your acquaintance, thank you very much for stopping by to say hi!

Take care and we look forward to chatting again soon from Sweetie and Yollie