DD Dan looks so blissed out in the later photos. AHhhhhh, relief.
Hee hee, it's a movie!
I am glad I went back to 8/30/07 to look at Donkey pics, cause I read a mention of Cary, I thought something bad had happened and you were afraid to tell us. whew!
Oh, What a darling Dan is. Makes me miss my childhood days on the farm. I took some time to browse through your past posts and photos. All I can say is Wow.
We just became the owners of two mini donkeys to protect our sheep flock. Great to have around the farm. Now its hard to imagine the farm without them. Donkeys are not stubborn, just very smart and cautious. Its a common misconception.
What a great line of pics! How wonderful to scratch that itch...LOL!
Hi from the UK !Your blog is so inspiring, I hope to try lots of your recipes!I love reading about your farming life, I think I've had an idealistic view of country life but still love to have a peek at it through your eyes.I'm starting my own blog - www.englishhomemaker.blogspot.com, may I link to yours please?Clare xx
DD Dan is so cute!!! I had to laugh at the pictures as they progressed...he just looks so content and happy...
Oh, Dan!! What a gem. I just wanted to scroll through the pictures quickly so I could imagine I could see him in motion.
Fantastic!!!And he still has his summer coat - no fuzz yet.Anne
Hey, whoa, if you scroll down really fast, you get that pseudo-cinematic effect. Very cool.
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