Lots of people interested in running with the donkeys, so it should be a lot of fun. The donkeys seem to really enjoy the attention and getting out to see something different and a lot of the people have never been around donkeys before, so it's a win win for everyone...!!
Come out, even if you don't run, it will be a lot of fun to watch. Everyone had a great time at the Burros and Burritos run in November.
Well, there is some new entertainment being planned for the future. It involves this wagon and another little cart that is just about Casper the mini mule's size.... Leddy was helping Lynn unload the wagon, if he only knew what is in store for the future.
Still have to find harness and figure out how to paint the wagon. Our neighbor called it a hillbilly wagon, so don't know if it can be made into a "silk" purse. It looks like a farm wagon to me, which would go good with a donkey pulling it.
We went over to our good friends Dave and Georgette to pick up the wagons and to visit with Jacque and Sugar. Sugar is one of our alumni, they adopted her about 11-12 years ago. She was less than a year old and we got her from a roper that had bought her at auction and decided he didn't want her after all. She still had the auction tag glued on her butt.
|Sugar and Linda getting to know each other|
Dave and Georgette had a wonderful home for their animals, but they've never had a job. Lynn and Linda were curious if Sugar and Jacque would run, so they haltered them, took off and found out they are naturals, they loved it. Maybe in the future Georgette will bring them out for some of the races.
|Sugar was ready to go again.....!!|