Friday, June 27, 2008

STRUCTURAL REPAIRS GOING WELL .....

Trust us here ... the 7-BUNNY-7 is nearly ready to fly again. There is a rumor that Really Furr Ther will head for the OxBow Hay Company. The boarding list will be posted tomorrow - or Sunday. Check it ....

I wonder should someone alert the OxBow people ?????

6 comments:

bunnygirl said...

Yes, we should let them know of our arrival. That way they can have a hay buffet waiting for us upon our arrival.

d. moll, l.ac. said...

And be prepared to do the VIR (Very Important Rabbit) tour of the facilities with plenty of free samples.

FrecklesandDeb said...

We are happy the repairs are going so well! Can't wait to hit the hay! (We hope not literally.) On the one paw it would be kind of fun to see their faces when we show up unannounced, but on the other paw we'd really like the red carpet treatment. Oh, decisions, decisions...

Glenna said...

And wait! While they're in Nebraska, they could drop in on (sorry) Warren Buffet at Berkshire Hathaway in Omaha. I understand Warren is looking for a replacement for himself at B-H. I think that we may have a good candidate among these buns.

divakitty said...

We are all ready to depart - the cat wants to know if she can come... whatever.

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