Wednesday, May 18, 2016

the cycle of life...














She just got her girlish figure back.  Hard to believe a whole nother burro fit in there.  64,73,62,0,B

9 comments:

Margery Bills said...

What a beautiful baby and a proud and happy mother. I wonder if the baby could be tamed and ridden or maybe plow the ground for planting

Margery Bills said...

You could name the baby Star because of the white spot on the forehead.

Margery Bills said...

Maybe you could mate it with a horse of it is a female.

Margery Bills said...

I saw a burro inside a ranch fence by a house in Study Butte.

Janet said...

Just in case you have nothing to do . . . https://tbnranch.com/2012/01/13/donkey-ass-burro-mule-hinny-what-they-all-mean/

Margery Bills said...

Wow, Janet, that is pretty complicated. I rode English Thoroughbred horses, so I think I'll just stick with them if I could find any around here. Likewise a Tennessee walker, because I rode English saddle. Maybe a quarter horse and Western saddle would have to do, but I prefer posting so I don't bounce around so much if I don't hold my seat.

Rita B. said...

they sure are pretty. wish they'd come visit regularly. maybe they will.

Janet said...

Burros are beautiful!

MsBelinda said...

I like how the pregnant critters that frequent your home bring their young ones so you can meet them once they are born.