The moon is getting bigger.
Full in three days when it is sometimes called the Frost Moon. Last year we had two nights of frost in November (down to minus 2) and the year before just one (minus 1) – all at the month end – so we don’t hold out much hope for it.
However, it is time for the rabbits to leave their summer camp
and say goodbye to their neighbours.
Being rabbits, they are not too sure of change
and would prefer to put their heads in a bucket
The hedgehogs have already moved on and no longer visit their night time buffet
The rabbits pass their new neighbour Dora, who lives in the sanatorium
and enter their winter quarters.
They cheer up when they view the facilities
Kitchenette with Radio 4 and additional heating
Fridge full of rabbit food
and start to settle in.
Getting use to indoor play
with just an occasional wistful look outside
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Such lucky rabbits