Monday, November 21, 2011

Mossy Trek

Pipkin hops along an old stone wall on the way to Prospect Hill in Dummerston, Vermont. He's surprised that these rolling hills, now covered with mature birch and pine trees, were once pastures. Only the surest of sure footed labbits should hop along moss covered stone walls. It can be very slippery! 

Pipkin could learn a thing or two about long distance travel from his new whale friends. Here they are, swimming their way through East Barnard, Vermont, carefully avoiding mossy stone walls.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Shelf Shrooms

Pipkin wonders if this shelf mushroom will make him grow big or shrink small. His friends have warned him that he shouldn't eat wild mushrooms, so it looks like he'll never find out...

...but personally, he thinks it makes him look big. (But maybe not big enough to climb up to the next shelf mushroom above him.)

Thursday, November 17, 2011


Pipkin happened to be in the neighbourhood of a Lindt chocolate shop when he came across this Smart car painted gold and detailed with labbit ears and bunny face, sitting outside the shop!

He couldn't get inside, but he did hop around its exterior to admire the handsome gold paint and painted whiskers. If only it were made out of chocolate...but then it wouldn't last long.

After a quick check around the ears (they were pretty clean back there), Pipkin went into the shop for a free nibble. Sadly, there were no chocolate bunnies, but these chocolate reindeer looked bunny shaped.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Labbits in Four Seasons

During their long swim north, the munko whales snuck into a cozy home in East Barnard, Vermont, where they found these whimsical labbit paintings. Each one depicts a labbit in a different season, from spring to winter. Noticeably missing was Vermont's fifth season - mud season. The whales thought Pipkin and the other labbits would appreciate this photo.