Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Little Donkeys

I've been so busy lately that I haven't been able to get on here nearly as often as I'd like. I hate when that happens because when I'm not doing it regularly I have a little trouble thinking of what to write in my posts. Things just don't flow as well. Things will come to me somehow though, but this will be a short one.

I came across these donkeys while traveling around. Most of the donkeys I keep seeing are little like these. I don't know if these are actually full grown or just young ones. I always thought donkeys were the size of small horses, but I've learned that it's not true for all of them. These only come up to about the height of my waist.

I've been learning that if I travel far enough I might see just about anything. I've seen dinosaurs, waterfalls, huge stone monuments, and these funny little donkeys. I try to share it all with you. Some of it's not so exciting, but some of these things are remarkable. Every bit of it is fun at the time though. Even though these donkeys ran from me when they saw me out there with my camera, they were fun too. The fun never ends. I'll talk to you later.

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  1. These are adopted taken off federal lands. You can get one for about $150.

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    1. I'm kind of surprised my dad never had a few of these. He liked having all sorts of animals around.

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  2. No matter how common it is, this is one of the bookmark in our journey.

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    1. The good thing about these bookmarks is that they have pictures.

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  3. Wow, that's some tiny Donkeys...I didn't know they could be this small. Donkey's always remind me of the seaside!!

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    1. I didn't know they could be this small either. They really are fun to watch.

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    1. They sure are. I could watch them for hours if only they didn't run from me.

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  5. they are heartwarming to watch, isn't it inspiring we get to see so many relaxing sights if we open ourselves to the world around us?

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    1. It is creatures like these that really do inspire me. I love every time I see another new animal.

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  6. I love donkeys! Thanks for making me smile.

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    1. You're welcome. I love donkeys too.

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  7. There's a quote about the important thing is the journey, not the destination that your post reminded me of. Those things are fun

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    1. I always try to tell myself that about the journey and destination.

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  8. Yes, full grown, Dominican Donkeys (hence the cross on their back). Very loveable creatures.

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    1. Thanks for the information. I really thought there was something different about these donkeys.

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  9. These are so cute, Ratty. I think it is so important to always have our camera with us because we just never know when something neat like these little donkeys might come along in our travels.

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    1. Yeah, I try to have my camera with me as much as I can. I wish I could take it everywhere.

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  10. little donkeys
    nicely written

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