Things didn't start out all that great on Sunday, sure daddy was up and ready to go, but just as we were stepping out of the door things started going wrong. First the fire alarm went off, this means no elevators. Normally this wouldn't have been a problem, living on the second floor there is an exit out to the street (by way of a bridge over the parking lot). But we are still living in the temporary apartment on the 5th floor, so we had to use the stairs.
The second roadblock was that it was raining (cats and dogs is the term I believe the humans use to discribe the amount of rain coming down). The annoying thing was, we were on the final bus about 10 minutes out, and the rain stopped and the sky cleared.
Okay, now to get to the part I know everybun wants to hear about, Bunfest!!!!! Well, it was great, I went in my Tie Fighter (the one I was in for Fan Expo). I wanted to make sure I stood out, and boy did I ever. Not a single stroller was like mine, not really surprising considering it was made to look like a Tie Fighter.
It was up to me and daddy to cover things for the first 15 minutes, uncle Matthew was running late (see rain storm above for the reason). Once he got there he didn't have a camera with him, luckily daddy had the backup camera. Our video interviews with some humans there didn't workout either, and this after daddy did a crash course on recording video interviews the night before. Mommy Louise was supposed to be my translator for the interviews, but she wasn't feeling well, so we decided to skip those. I will be adding text interviews I did with some of the bunnies there, but those will come in the next part.
I my favourite vet, Dr Munn was there, and he said hello to me. I like him (except when he's sticking things in my mouth), so I kept my eye on him, just in case he decided to pull something. We met all of my human friends there, Brenda (Lancie's mom), Michelle, Haviva and made a few new friends. Lets see, there was the Whimsical Hare lady, she makes sculptures based on a real rabbit. So if daddy were to have one made of me, it would look exactly like me, right down to my handsomely disapproving face.
|If you look close you can see a picture of the real bunny with it's mini-me replica|
After wandering around taking pictures of the bunnies that came with their human slaves, daddy let me spend some time in the Bunny Flop Lounge and Nibbles Cafe. I reconnected with my BBD crush Pika, BBD means Big Beautiful Doe, and Pika is a Flemish Giant so she fits the description.
|Saying hi to Pika|
|I was busy searching for away to get over and see her.|
|This is my BBD Pika|
|Definition of Bunny Flop Lounge|
|Needing to do some cleaning|
|This one was becoming annoyed with all the picture taking|
|This is me "helping" with the change over.|
Now on to some random pictures of some of the bunnies that were there.
|Hey, look who it is, mommy Louise and Sasha and Coco.|
|I would be so mad at her for holding me like this.|
|More fluff then bunny|
|These ladies really know how to |
|First problem, getting them to face the camera|
|That's a little better.|
|Buying a Thumper stuffie at the store|
|One of the craft ladies|
|One of the crafts you could make|
|Uncle Matthew suggested that daddy should get this dress for mommy Louise|
|Daddy showing off pictures to the people in the store|
|Two of the intrepid reporters|
|The lady that runs the show, Haviva|
|Another of the volunteers working the store.|
|Bunny themed stuff for the slaves to buy|
|Bake table with human treats|
|The adopt a stuffie table, and the face painting table|
|My new sign.|
|Daddy put it on the front of the stroller for the ride home.|
|This is the baby version|
Well, that's it for part one, stay tuned for part two which should be up by the middle of next week, I hope. I've got to rely on some humans actually sending daddy the answers to the interview questions, so it might take a little longer to get part 2 published.