Good question, seems like everyday there are more rules to follow. And who's to say anything that we do as a country is going to make any difference in the end result. Lots of talk.........really LOTS OF TALK. I don't watch TV much anyway, but right now it seems to have a one subject schedule. I can't help but think, there are other things going on in the country and in the world too.
Life goes on whether there is a Covid-19 virus or not. Lynn and Linda picked up a new Burro Buddie a couple of days ago, named Tucker. In 2012 we had a baby born here I named Tucker. He was premature and all "Tuckered" out for awhile. We almost lost him, but he made it and got to go to a wonderful home with his mom Mocha, so we won't have to worry about changing names.
Tucker meeting Loki. We always let the new kid out before the others, so they can get an idea of the lay of the land for an hour or so, in case they have to run for their life.
He's comfortable enough in his new surroundings to lay down in the wash for a rest.
Came up out of the wash ready for more sight seeing.
Not sure where he was headed, but he was moving like he had a purpose. He slipped right into the herd no one paid any attention to him, even Casper the little white mini mule behaved himself.....so far. Burroland is shut, so if we have to walk him down to get him into his pen tonight we won't have so much walking to do........hopefully.
Of course while all this is going on Misty the new girl on the block is cycling and some of the boys have forgotten they've had "brain" surgery and are acting like teenage boys at a drive in theatre. Paco and Loki are 2 of the main players, while 4 or 5 of the others were following along either to watch or just in case one of them caught her eye I guess. What a mess of yelling, screaming, pushing, kicking until finally Misty was put in a pen for her own good. Now some of them are hanging around the pen like "love sick teenagers".
I think this is Misty and Paco before all the fun started. Linda took some of the pictures and this is one of hers, I'm not sure if it's Paco or not.
Ruth and Marika came out again today to groom on the donkeys. They were suppose to leave this area the end of March and head for summer territory, but so many areas of the country are telling part time residents or outsiders to stay away for now. Lynn and Linda probably won't be leaving for Colorado when they planned because their county has requested people not come back for now. I hope it doesn't get to 100* before they get to leave, Lynn thinks it's hot now and it's only in the 80s*.......!!! LOL