What a little cutie!!
A mini donkey photo shoot.
Look at those ears!!!
I wish I could get Remington to stand still enough for a photo shoot.
She is a real sweetie.
Baby donkey and snow make a joyful experience. The downside frozen water and water bowls.
Boon and Talla are going to be at the Living Sky Casino tonight with St John at their display.
Should be interesting.
My niece, Melissa is coming out to the ranch today to take pictures. Should be fun!
Wow! I must be full of energy today. I already put Bently out on his rope, fed and played with Trinket and Remington. I have made a double batch of oatmeal cookies. Now I am trying to decide whether or not the logo for Dragonfly Coulee Miniature Donkeys should have a real looking miniature donkey or a cartoonish miniature donkey? Please help me decide I will create and post later.
In June 2013, I found my first miniature donkey; a gelding named Gunston at Old Wives Lake, Saskatchewan. When I first brought him home I was very protective of him and kept him separated from the horses, but he wanted to be with them so I let him go out into the pasture with the three horses. Axle really took to Gunston and they became buddies.
One night, our beloved horses and donkey got out of the pasture. Our horse Mac was hit by a speeding truck and killed and the other three animals went missing. Eventually we found them and brought them back home, Tosh was injured, Axle and Gunston were alright. We were devastated!
We were slowly adjusting to the loss of our horse when one week to the day, Gunston was tragically killed in a freak accident on our ranch.
Missing them today! Love you, Mac and Gunston.
This weekend we are going to work on the fence so that Trinket and Remington can go out in the pasture.
In the evening when I bring Trinket and Remington to their "bedroom" Trinket has been spending a few minutes grazing on "creepy charlie" growing in the corral. Remington and I spend this time cuddling. I think it might be hard to get them to come back in from the pasture for the night.