Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Singing for their supper




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  1. Manners are out the window with a dinner like that. So fresh and so good!

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  2. So George has anger issues! Who knew?

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  3. Funny how Hank pushes everyone out of the way when you enter the feed room and then licks his lips.

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  4. Loved hearing the brays!

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  5. Love their singing & Hank's comments. Across the road from us are 2 Sicilian donkeys who break into opera in late afternoon when it's supper time. I love it!
    P.S. The Wall St. Journal today has an article about a guy on the Hudson who teaches a Donkey 101 course because he thinks donkeys don't get good enough PR -- seems to work!

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  6. Lovin' these peeks into life at your place Carson!

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  7. The wailing of your long-suffering burros, ayy! (Love it, thanks for "torturing" them!!) What does one call the sounds Hank is making? (Wuffling??) Whatever, it's pretty much my favorite sound in the whole world. It tells you that Hank is looking forward to who/what is coming, that he is happy, is that about correct? (I haven't been around horses nearly enough! Let alone burros. What a wasted life...)

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    1. I think I would call Hank's sounds "nickering." It's definitely happy talk, whatever you choose to call it.

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    2. Thanks! Yes, what counts is the happy part, and that Hank is not only feeling it but also communicating it.

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  8. An American in Tokyo11/5/15, 4:59 PM

    I love Hank's licking and how the boys back up when you say, "Someone trying to lock me in?!" hahaha!!

    Thank you for a nice video to start my day with! =D

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