I totally enjoy your blog FF, you have a great eye and take interestingly funny photo series with donkeys, dogs, sheep, husband, farm work-baling hay...Long story short—many thanks, keep up the good work. I'll come back every day or two.
I just love the dirty mutt and paws. Who cares about being clean and pretty! :)
Marta, woof in sheeps clothing.
Whoa, he was really getting down in there! Wish I could see his cute little face!
Marta isn't 'quite' as enthusiastic as Bert but she's trying! LOL!!
Looks like a good start on digging a swimming pool! Dig, Bert, dig! And sweet Marta, too!
Do you think you can train Bert to plant things in all those holes he digs?
This is tooo funny! I can actually see all this happening!! Oh she's trying to keep up, isn't she???
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