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Thursday, March 31, 2011

The Wild Bunch After Breakfast Club

~I smile a lot because it helps me to be happy.~
~Sootie Blackburn 1902~

Participating in Farm Photo Friday and Farm Friend Friday...check 'um out!!!

Another lazy mornin' at the Rough String...the "Wild Bunch" enjoyed their breakfast and has assumed the position...sleepin'...not a care in the world at this point!

The Wild Bunch After Breakfast Club

From L-R: Brego (Kiger Mustang), Rohan (Hog Creek HMA), Stetson and Catnip (Sheldon Wildlife Refuge).


17 comments:

Cheyenne said...

Beautiful, just wonderful!

Sheeps and Peeps Farm said...

Great picture. Stopped by from the Farm Friend - Farmgirl blog party. Love the music!

Maia said...

Great shot, loved it.

Val said...

and I awaken to an April Fool's day of a snowstorm!??

Lovely shots, love your donks of course!

CTG Ponies said...

My horses do the same thing - they nap after breakfast. Nice life they all have!!

Leontien said...

what a wonderful life! I thought you couldn't put horses together with donkey's but mabye i miss understood???

Thanks for sharing
Leontien

dibear said...

Nothing like a good nap after a big meal. :)

jayayceeblog said...

Looks like a great place to be ... I could go for a little nap about now!

Ed said...

It it spring yet? Love a good nap after breakfast..:-)

Celeste said...

I am totally in love with Stetson and Catnip :)

marcia at Child in Harmony said...

LOVE this photo! Ya they look like quite the WILD bunch hahaha

happy day!

wendy said...

a full belly makes for nap time....at least in my book

Maria said...

Love those donkeys!

Rising Rainbow said...

They're like matched pairs. LOL

Barb said...

What an awesome photo! This is my first visit and I just know I'll be back again ;)

Faithful said...

Good to hear all the calving went well for ya. calving time sure makes me miss my cows...it's so exciting to know everything goes ok and the little thing is so amazingly heathy and happy! Your heifer looks great! I know YOU will come up with a fabulous name!

gtyyup said...

Leontien: not sure why donkeys can't be put in with horses...unless they may have been talking about an un-cut male donkey (a Jack) that would breed a mare in which you would get a mule, or a female donkey bred by a stallion horse in which you would get a hinney...that would be my only guess. My donkeys and horses get along just fine!

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