I went into the back garden to see what was happening and came across Lulu laying in the garlic bed.
Since she had snuggled down in the hay she had some shelter from the wind but still was able to get enough sun to be warm and toasty.
"What you looking at?" asks Lulu, "I'm not eating them. I just like laying here - the hay is nice and cushiony and the sun is warm on my back."
Lulu hiding under the cedars. I think she figures that if she can't see you, you can't see her. Now we all know the story about the ostrich with its head in the sand? Well we have Lulu with her head in the bushes.
"Shh, I think I found a great hiding place," whispers Lulu. "No one will find me here. Plus these trees block that nasty wind."
Lulu hiding in the rhubarb. If she would have moved either to the right or the left I would have been looking for hours unless she decided to stick up her head so I could see her or made soft clucking noises when I got near so I would notice her.
"Ooh, this is a GREAT hiding place!" exclaimed Lulu, "Mom will never find me. Oh-oh! Hi Mom!"