Monthly Archives: June 2023

Poison Oak Cure!

Sunde White illustrates her essay about her new found cure for poison oak

Welp, it’s Poison Oak season again here in California and I don’t want to name any name, Dotty, but ever since we got her we’ve been getting THE worst outbreaks.  Unlike other dogs we’ve had in the past Dotty insists on running into every shrub, bush and tall grass she sees and comes out dripping […]

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Bunny Update!

Sunde White illustrates her essay about realizing there are floppy bunnies living amonst her.

So today I visited the girls’ vet that also happens to live in Montara and I told her about the rabbit.  She tells me that she keeps hearing about people seeing black floppy eared rabbits around the area. “If a bunch of people are seeing them, then there must be more than one.”  She told […]

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The Brave Rabbit

Sunde White illustrates her essay about an abandoned rabbit

  So about a month ago I was driving on Hwy 1, about to pull in to the parking lot of a favorite beach, when out of the corner of my eye I saw a large black rabbit sitting peacefully in the dirt a safe distance from the road.  I’m not a rabbit expert but […]

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