Friday, October 29, 2010

Friday Night Dose of Cute: Share and Share Alike

Share and Share Alike
Daphne and Her Three Month Old Son Gus (aka Gus Man, Guster, etc.)

© 2010 FarmgirlFare.com, the fluffing up for winter foodie farm blog (24 degrees this morning!) where real donkey boys don't mind eating out of bright pink buckets—especially with their mommies.

5 comments:

  1. Good heavebns! I haven't checked the blog in two weeks and Gus is a big fuzzy beast!

    Seriously, when did he get so huge?

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  2. We don't often see horses, donkeys getting their winter coats. We see it falling off in shreds in the spring - but its amazing to see it in fall. Love your pictures and that you share 'em with us.

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  3. I'm surprised they didn't knock it over and eat it off the ground. They have such good manners!

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  4. Or whoever can gobble the fastest....

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