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Friday, December 2, 2011

Near Miss

A dear fellow fiber enthusiast and bunny lover friend of mine lives in Saulte Ste. Marie, MI. 
  Just before Thanksgiving she sent me these photos from her back yard:

These are the hutches for her English Angoras; all battened down for the winter and cold.
Do you see the black streak on the brown tarp?  That is melted plastic....

...caused by this streaking across it.  She found it not far from the bunny hutch on the ground, and it is approximately six inches long.  Yikes!  Good thing it didn't hit the hutch directly...I suspect not many bunnies are mortally wounded by meteorites but you never know I guess.


  1. Wow. That is freaky. Glad her bunnies are alright.

  2. Might be good to tell her that it can be worth quite a bit of money....could buy quite a few new rabbits, and hutches, with that! Don't give that thing away! It's potentially very valuable! If she can give the information on day and time of impact, it's even better. Most are a lot smaller than that. She's one lucky lady (as are the rabbits).

  3. HOLY COW!!!! I LOVE IT...because no one got hurt, but STILL!!! A REAL METEORITE?!?!?!?!?!?!!!!! :-D