The next day was spent in hunting jack-rabbits, coyotes, elks, antelopes and wild turkeys.
He had killed a rabbit that day and was not hungry.
They stayed in camp that day to "rest up," and the Boy shot a rabbit.
Has he catched no rabbits lately?" "
That afternoon he chased many rabbits, and killed two more.
When we snared a rabbit, I always wanted to find it caught around the neck and strangled to death.
They follow my trap-line an' eat the rabbits I catch.
"Seeing those rabbits," remarked Smith, "reminds me of an anecdote of my boyhood, which at the time occasioned me an amount of mortification equalled only by the amusement it affords me, when I think of it in after years.
Going down in the train he thought of her, a little girl with short black hair, holding a black-and-white rabbit against her breast, a little girl with a sweet mouth ready for kisses, who hung herself round his neck with sudden, loving arms.
They brought only a few rabbits, but they had set many traps, and in a hill burn they had caught some fine golden-bellied trout.
asked the Rabbit one day, when they were lying side by side near the nursery fender, before Nana came to tidy the room. "
A Jolly Time for the Deer--Hunting on the Water by Daylight--Mud Lake--Funereal Scenery--A New way of Taking Rabbits--The Negro and the Merino Buck--A Collision CHAPTER XIV.
I set the apple and the snuff, but I got no rabbit, while I did get laughed at hugely for my credulity.
For a week he had been airily dispensing with more than one meal a day; to keep clothing and boots immaculate required a sacrifice of breakfast and luncheon--besides, he had various small pensioners to feed, white rabbits with foolish pink eyes, canary birds, cats, albino mice, goldfish, and other collaborateurs in his profession.
Clean and cut the rabbit into pieces; sprinkle with salt, ginger, black pepper and paprica and pour over some vinegar.
cried the Rabbit.
Cook ten minutes; then add the rabbit and simmer five minutes.
They have no right save that of possession; the same by which the puffin turns out the old rabbits, eats the young ones, and then lays her eggs in the rabbit-burrow--simply because she can.
They trapped rabbits and hares in the woods, and one day even got a silver fox, a skin greatly prized by the fur traders on account of its rarity.
Mr. Badger's smile was like that of the boa constrictor about to swallow the rabbit.
Now I rode, to my heart's content, and it was good to be alive; to see the cavalry drill, and to ride through the canons, gorgeous in their flaming autumn tints; then again to gallop through the sage-brush, jumping where we could not turn, starting up rabbits by the score.
Broken Tooth had not even struck at him, and slowly it grew upon him that these invading creatures that used both the water and land would have to be hunted as he stalked the rabbit and the partridge.
For now they were all perfectly accustomed to his presence, and had come to look on him as their natural companion, and although he was in many ways irksome to them by scaring rabbits, yet they always rejoiced to see him when they had been parted from him.
Bessie was a fair-skinned little girl, with eyes far apart, and a development of forehead which made her profile resemble a rabbit's.
You have, I doubt not, witnessed some of them producing live rabbits from silk hats.
As the hunter looks upon the snow and says, Here but yesterday there passed a rabbit; and here by the willow scrub it stood and listened, and heard, and was afraid; and here it turned upon its trail; and here it went with great swiftness, leaping wide; and here, with greater swiftness and wider leapings, came a lynx; and here, where the claws cut deep into the snow, the lynx made a very great leap; and here it struck, with the rabbit under and rolling belly up; and here leads off the trail of the lynx alone, and there is no more rabbit,--as the hunter looks upon the markings of the snow and says thus and so and here, dost thou, too, look upon the paper and say thus and so and here be the things old Imber hath done?"
The Angel liked the baby rabbits and squirrels.
Imagine a Lilliputian rabbit!
When the pussy willow cuttings died in their tracks, or grew up just plain pussy willows that never got high enough to hide a jack rabbit, the farmers of Kansas loaded their guns and waited for pa and the brakeman to come back to Kansas, but they never went back.
He hung it on the wall and fooled the rabbits with it for nearly an hour.
In a trap they found a rabbit, but it had been dead a long time.
The Vicksburg paper, which we received regularly through the courtesy of the rebel pickets, said prior to the fourth, in speaking of the "Yankee" boast that they would take dinner in Vicksburg that day, that the best receipt for cooking a rabbit was "First ketch your rabbit."
Skin and clean the rabbits; cut into pieces at the joints; season well.
Though called the Giant Rabbit, he is always referred to as a man, a giant or demigod perhaps, but distinctly as of human nature, the mighty father or elder brother of the race.
A part of the horizon cleared, and he beheld some rabbits playing around their burrows.
"The very last of you," answered the rabbit. "
Away, you whoreson upright rabbit, away!
Alice watched the White Rabbit as he fumbled over the list, feeling very curious to see what the next witness would be like, "for they haven't got much evidence yet," she said to herself.
They had done nothing beyond their usual work except to bring in to warm a poor little shivering half-frozen rabbit that they had found outside.
It was a large oak tree, and as I came up there was Hodgman, the bookie, who did not see me, walking round the rabbits, which lay in rows, counting them, and muttering, "Two--four--twenty," and so on up to a hundred.
"While he was waiting a rabbit ran into the snare of his rival.
He shrugged his shoulders and spread his hands apart, like a conjurer who has just vanished a rabbit or an orange.
Many and many a time had he unhoused rabbits, and squirrels, and other creatures at that word of command; so, without a moment's delay, he commenced to dig down into the sand, every now and then stopping for a moment and shoving in his nose, and snuffing interrogatively, as if he fully expected to find a buffalo at the bottom of it.
One day Johnny got away from his mother, when she was busy training the other little rabbits in the old trick of dodging under the wire fence just when the dog is going to grab you.
The boys would go out and track six or eight rabbits at a time.
"Nanahboozhoo saw how wearied and tired the rabbit was after the long journey, and so he made him rest on some fragrant grass in the sunshine while he went out and brought in for him to eat some of the choicest things from his garden.
thought the little Rabbit. "
"When the moose heard the decision of the council he was very sorry for his poor little brother the rabbit, so after thinking it over he told the rabbit to jump up on one of his flat horns while he was holding them down.
Empire has happened to them and civilisation has happened to them as fresh lettuces come to tame rabbits.
I knew a wench married in an afternoon as she went to the garden for parsley to stuff a rabbit; and so may you, sir; and so adieu, sir.