Loved this! What a beautiful way to wake up in the morning :)Maggy
Maybe you have answered this and I just missed it, but why not swing up on Lucy and ride in?Emily in NC
"Swing up"...you make that sound so easy. I wish.
Sorry, this is where my comment belong: Come on Linda, don't you were an Amazon in a past life?
So neat the way George waits for Alan: "I ain't movin' till he shows up!" Good music too.
How beautiful and peaceful, though I know it was aggravating for you. A question: how do you come across the lovely music that so often accompanies your videos?
When I'm streaming music from Pandora, if I hear a good one, I'll write down the name, then find and buy it on iTunes.
Looks like you need a dinner bell and some watermelon to get them to come running. Good morning exercise!Lisa G in TN
Lovely morning video. It's so sweet that Alan and George are brothers of a different mother.
so the question is, if you haltered Alan, would George follow? hmmmm. I'm guessing yes....sortta. I'm also thinking they are very smart (as they know they are) to go to the fartherest corner so they can eat a little bit longer before you hike all the way out there. Bet their eyes would be really big if they saw you coming in the mule.
lets see it positively: it is excellent gym/walking exercise for you! it seems to me that they gather there thinking better eat little fresh grass than have our muzzels on!
I know you put a lot of effort into keeping pictures and video clips posted. And I want you to know that I really appreciate it! I love seeing your landscapes and your interactions with Lucy, George and Alan. AND JC! You make me smile. Thanks Linda!
Wow! They were way out on the back 80! Alan, always the clown, he cracks me up.The sky was very pretty, along with the mountains...very peaceful ( but not for you)
Very nice...I'd love to be able to walk that far on my own property, or better yet - ride! Love the Lucy attitude!!
I love donkeys and mules. I have a mini/Shetland and his brother who is walker/Shetland. But so far no donkeys. I do a blog called The Tumbleweed Crossing. I think it might be close to Nowhere, New Mexico. Actually I live outside of Rio Rancho. Thanks for the cute pics.
Time to teach them a new trick, I think.I could have sworn you had a cow bell hanging somewhere...why not teach them that cow bell ringing = watermelon?! hee hee!