Sunday, June 17

Sunday Dose of Cute: Dusty Dan, Version Two (The Father's Day Edition)

Donkey Doodle Dandy takes a dust bath (1) -
(click here to see version one)

Five more photos below. . .

Donkey Doodle Dandy takes a dust bath (2) -

Donkey Doodle Dandy takes a dust bath (3) -

Donkey Doodle Dandy takes a dust bath (4) -

Donkey Doodle Dandy takes a dust bath (5) -

Happy, happy!

More donkeys? Here.
More Donkey Doodle Dandy? Here and here.

©, the rolling foodie farm blog where this morning, after I decided to put these photos up for Father's Day, I explained to Joe that I'd posted a similar series a few weeks ago but that really, could anybody get tired of seeing cute donkeys dust bathe? And he said, "Well, you do have some serious donkey fans always waiting for more donkey pictures."

The thing is that these days all our seven donkeys really do is race towards the treat trough and roll around in the dirt. Okay, so maybe that's pretty much all they ever do. No wonder all these donkey posts look alike.


  1. Serious donkey fans, yes, that's us; let's stand up and cheer for ourselves, folks, it's been years since *I* was called serious about anything !~!

    Happy Father's Day, Hunky Farm Guy; your dad skills extend so far into the animal kingdom that you get a Special Father Award.

  2. Yep, we are some serious donkey fans! :)

  3. It's always fun to see big animals rolling around on the ground... makes them seem like little puppies or something!

  4. Can't ever get enough donkeys, I must say.

  5. I so agree - we can NEVER have too many donkey pix! We love our donkeys!!! ( and thank you so much for sharing them with us, too!).


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