We spent a good portion of the evening moving our rabbit hutches and compost from our backyard into the front yard driveway. Both the compost as well as the hutches are quite heavy. The hutches also boast the quality of being both heavy, large, and awkward. We used a sled to pull them through the 2 foot deep snow. Once they were in the driveway I was so happy to be done with this project I flopped down in the snow! While in the snow I made a wonderful snow angel (my second in my lifetime). Now you may be wondering why we are moving these things during the middle of winter. Well we have finally decided this tiny plot of suburban land is too small to contain our farm any longer. We are in the process of finding a more suitable farm to live on. This also means many hours of painting and updating in our house with a three month old puppy. Our rabbits will be moving to a good friend of ours farm for the duration of our house being up for sale. This makes me both happy and sad. I will be happy to be moving to a larger property but am very upset about not having my rabbits on property to watch. Dixie who just had a litter of 8 will remain here with us until they are big enough to handle the cold. Gus is super excited to hopefully have sheep at home with us and I am very excited to have Ace in my backyard very soon.