Is that Gnat and Gus?
Thank you for my donkey fix!Winnie
All the best to your lovely & photogenic Longears and hope they had a fun,dust flying time.
That last photo is beyond awesome. I've always thought the donkeys mugged for the camera like a bunch of tipsy college girls on spring break. That photo just proves it!Sue
Hope Joe is feeling better.
I was just thinking that every day is 'world donkey day' on your farm (and blog!). Those long ears never fail to make us smile - thank you so much for sharing them with us.I so hope that Joe is feeling better, too!
Love the donkey day celebration pictures! :)
My faith in the world has been renewed now that I know there's such a thing as World Donkey Day. I love these guys!
Makes my day!!
Thanks for making my day....a little happier.
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