It is Number One Son's 18th Birthday today! Amazing how the time passes. Not long and he will be off to Uni and then who knows where and what?
While I was away, Mrs RC rebuilt the rabbit runs so that the babies are now away from their mom (much to mom's relief it would seem!) in a run that can be split down the middle when we "know" who are boys and who are girls. Hoping for more reliable sexing this time around...
I will finish this post with a few more photos from Malta.
Meet Daisy. Definitely not a Maltese Terrier, but probably a contender for the fattest Pug in the world! She was beautiful and I had a great chat with her owners too, both about dogs and life in Malta.
Statue of St Nicholas in a village square. This is an outlying town with a centre consisting of old buildings and then a ring of newer, more modern housing around it. Like a lot of places with this sort of contrast, the village is essentially 2 communities which have very little to do with each other.
An ass that bit me in the foot! He looke so cute too - look at that cross on his back! I am sure that he gets used in lots of Easter parades. I just hope he doesn't bit everyone who strokes him! Maybe he was expecting some food from me, but I didn't have any and his food container was well stocked anyway.
This dog was a total cutie. He really looks like one that my mom owned many years ago. He was cautious at first but I squatted down and held out the back of my hand for him to sniff and he was soon rolling over for a tummy rub.
Lunch is calling! More photos and a tale of lost geographers soon...