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Share this: Twitter Facebook. Like this: Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:. Sunday morning, we'll get a group together to hang out at "our" mile post when Shannon "hops" past! She'll be wearing her Team Rabbit shirt and bunny ears and tail! And we can track her progress on her Facebook page!
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If you want to come support Shannon on Sunday, please email me at terri columbusrabbit. Hope we can make Shannon proud!! This year Columbus is promoting community activism, and what a better way to do this than to show some love for the buns. As a mom of 2 rabbits Hoosier and Mandi , her love of bunnies has grown to respect for a pet that is curious intelligent, and becomes bosses of their people.
Other great spectator spots can be found throughout the section of the race in Upper Arlington, Grandview and along Victorian Village on Neil Avenue. Parking is free and you can usually find good spots. How will you find Shannon?
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She will be wearing a Team Rabbit Shirt, bunny ears and a tail! Want to track how long will it take Shannon to make it to your viewing area OR can't make it the race?
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Follow her on facebook the day of race! I am very pleased to share the arrival of a new addition to the family of Heather and John Dean! The bunnies aren't sure yet what to make of all the new smells and sounds and strange activity in the house, but they are curious! Heather and John are making sure they are still getting plenty of attention, too, in between feedings and diaper changes and all the other comings and goings.
I'm sure it won't be long before baby toys and bunny toys are interchangeable and Avery and the buns are keeping each other hopping! The winner of the Make Mine Chocolate! Easter basket is Kim G.! She already picked up her basket at Karalee's and was quite pleased with all the goodies.
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Thank you to everyone who supported CHRS through this raffle. And a big thanks to Adrienne Lang who donated it to us. Buns Mandy and Hoosier, who probably don't care that mom is running, as long as they are fed on time. Shannon says, "I am running for the bunnies. Rabbits are one of the most abandoned pets and the third most euthanized.
Adopt a bunny. Check out Columbus House Rabbit Society to learn more about owning a house bunny!!!! Please check out my Crowdrise site and donate for the buns! We are really proud of Shannon for committing herself to such an ambitious event, and are equally grateful to her for competing in the name of CHRS. As the event date nears, we'll get a group together to hang out at Shannon's mile marker and cheer her on behalf of the bunnies!
Go Team Rabbit!!! When I was a kid, one of my dad's more unusual projects involved "worm farming. He had some sort of compost delivered to fill the beds. The worms were "red wigglers" - smaller and redder than the fat, tan earthworms in our yard.
He sold them, but I never knew who bought them or what they did with them. I had all but forgotten about the worm project when Jeremy and I went to an environmental expo last summer. One of the booths was about Urban Worm Farming. It had brochures and lists of websites and resources and recommendations for how best to build your "worm bins" and now worm "hives!