Saturday, May 03, 2008

Saturday Farm Photo: Grooming Session


It's A Donkey Thing

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8 comments:

  1. I never knew donkeys could be so sweet-looking.

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  2. Love the donkey pics - too cute! and who knew??? Please, please tell us more about the new white pups! they are so adorable, what breed are they and what kind of 'job' do they have on the farm? Us city-folk need a little education on that stuff. thanks so much for a wonderful blog - one of my very most favorites!!!

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  3. Oh how cute. I remember my horses doing the same thing. They would stand there together for hours.

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  4. You have a lot of "expecting" around your homestead this year. Can hardly wait until you post baby donkey pics - absolutely (don't tell my goats) the cutest babies!

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  5. When is she due? Do they have just one or do they have twins? It's going to be so hectic there. You're going to need a vacation soon. Maybe just hide out in the kitchen for a few hours? How's the new house coming along?

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  6. What a nice farm! I love animals too! I just don't have the room to have all the animals I'd like. Your Donkeys are sweet!

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