Sunday, October 9

Sunday Dose of Cute: Longeared Autumn Morning

Autumn morning in Donkeyland 1 -

More photos below. . .
Autumn morning in Donkeyland 2 -

Autumn morning in Donkeyland 3 -

Autumn morning in Donkeyland 4 -

Autumn morning in Donkeyland 5 -

Wishing you a beautiful week!

Want to see more photos of the herd?

©, where we've relocated Donkeyland to the hayfield for a while, which means that—unless they've escaped again during the night—we get to wake up and look out (the windows of our new bedroom!) at our lovable longears. It's the perfect way to start each day.


  1. I'm just so jealous. They are too cute for words. What a view.
    Have a wonderful week and hug those sweet things for me. :)

  2. Wahoo! Congratulations on sleeping in the new digs. Love the view. We've recently moved to the country in New England and I secretly feel let down passing a pond or field, if there is no wildlife enjoying it. Looking out your window and seeing the funny long ears is how it is supposed to be! Especially for us transplanted city girls! When you get a chance, details on the move to new house will be gobbled up (as well as story of the new barn construction, and how you house sheep, season-wise). I don't think I ask for too much :)! Enjoy this gorgeous day! With much appreciation for your sharing your life with us..

  3. This was the perfect way to start my day, too :) Thanks Susan!
    Cheers, Andrea
    p.s. Show us the house! So happy for y'all.

  4. Why would they go far, no treats!

  5. What beautiful picture's and the donkeys are just so cute. That would be a nice sight to wake up every morning to see.

  6. If you ever decide to open a bed and breakfast, I'll be a regular guest! What a beautiful view!


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