Monday, May 09, 2011

Monday Farm Photo: At Least It Started Out Peaceful

Peaceful Morning in Donkeyland
This morning in Donkeyland


© FarmgirlFare.com, glad to be finally heading toward bed—by way of the kitchen in the hopes of foraging something for dinner—after a very long, hot day both on and off the farm. Ah, sleep.

4 comments:

  1. Donkeys nibbling treats in a spring-green pasture. Ahhh! Such a relaxing scene. Sleep well, Farmgirl.

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  2. That pasture looks like a special slice of heaven. Add an iced mocha and a gentle breeze and it would be perfect.
    Greetings from equally soggy Washington, where we are missing the sun so much I went for a walk down on the waterfront and people were swimming in Puget Sound when it was only 65 degrees outside!

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  3. Your field looks great! But, with all the rain we had it really greened up nicely! Looks like some happy donkeys!
    And yes it was verrrryyyy hot yesterday!

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