BuddyBear looks a little thirsty after a hard days work.
My lord... a donkey stampede. I love all the dirty looks and back end posturing.
Them dang donkeys are sure cute! Had to go back and look again to see them coming from "way off" in the first two pictures! :)
Your donkey herd doesn't look happy in a couple of the pics. Looks like they are wanting treats BAD!
Some very cute donkeys and a very hot-looking Bear!
As you can see- I love Donkeys (my blog). I have looked around here- what do you give them for treats? I am looking for something different that the apples/applesauce and oatmeal ones that I put together.Nice blog and great pix of the group.
Hey, there's a unicorn in the herd!
But where is Buddy Bear's treat? Sweet dog! He could use an ice cube or two, too!
How are the donkeys doing in the heat? Looks like Bear is kind of tired and hot. The heat really takes it out on a guy, doesn't it?Barb
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