So glad your summer didn't include all that mess from last year (staying away from snakes very well now aren't you!) wonderful pictures - autumn just seems a gentler season doesn't it? of course after the drought and heat of my Texas summer - 90 degrees looks mild!
Love the donkeys!!!
Your pictures evoke the feeling of fall wonderfully! :)
How lovely and pastoral.
Such beautiful scenery - I just love Fall on the farm! Thanks for brightening my day with your lovely pics!
How are all the boy donkeys doing? Everyone has recovered? Are they all together in donkeyland now? The last pictures is so cute.I envy you the cool, crisp weather.Winnie
Thought this story about Hawaiian donkeys might interest you.http://articles.latimes.com/2011/sep/18/local/la-me-donkey-airlift-20110918Winnie
Great fall pics.
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