Sunday, April 21

Sunday Dose of Cute: Greeters at the Entrance to Donkeyland

Greeters at the entrance to Donkeyland -
Got any treats?

More donkeys? Here.
More Donkeyland? Here and here.

©, the enter at your own risk foodie farm blog where the donkeys don't seem to have had any blog time since 2012. How can that be?! (This photo was taken back in March, and although the hillsides still don't look much greener yet, the pasture thankfully does.) Maybe we need to declare May as Official Donkey Blogging Month. Depends on how the donkeys feel about it I guess. Sometimes they just don't want to pose; even here you can see that Donkey Doodle Dandy is trying to remain anonymous.


  1. Oh, how I love your donkeys. I didn't know you guys had so many of them. I would gladly give them carrots and all the ear scratches. Spring is slow coming this year.

  2. i love the cute donkeys. I wish i could see them in person, ive seen those animals before thru visiting the growers markets

  3. What a nice greeting. I have missed them. Do you think our animals love us as much as it seems or...are we just their "chuck wagon" providing treats and food!?
    I pose this question to the sheep and beagles often :)! Either way, I am OK with it. I know how I feel about them.

  4. Happy to see all the ladies and gentlemen greeting their public!

  5. I like how they separated themselves according to hair color. Ours do that too when we have new folks over.

  6. May as official Donkey month sounds pretty good to me! :)

  7. Oh! I remember when you had only Dan. (And I remember when you lost a baby donkey; so sad.) Look at that herd! Love you, Susan.


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