Sunday, February 22, 2009

"Did you bring me anything to eat?"


My new friend is not a PV resident. Since our Saturdays are spent on the soaring field (Crystalaire Airport) in the desert near Palmdale, I have some time to explore that area. This little ranch is located near Valyermo, CA. The long-horn cows did not pay much attention to me, but this cutie came trotting to me right up to the fence. Next time, I will have a treat for both of them.


15 comments:

Kate said...

Love the shot of both of them together. One looks asleep but the other looks somewhat expectant of good things to come along, waiting patiently.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

such cute little burros! I liked hearing about your son's soaring experience. wow.

altadenahiker said...

burros, oh thank you! I'm in love. One day I'll get one. Our stable had three for awhile, and I loved everything about them -- their bray, their sweetness, their stubborness.

Lori Lynn said...

Aren't they cute?
LL

Jilly said...

They are just gorgeous. They look so friendly. Well DID you bring them anything to eat?!

Jilly said...

Duh, I just read your last sentence. Sorry, Tash...

Babzy said...

Cute donkeys :)

Maya said...

Awwwww, CUTE!

Kuanyin Moi said...

yep...cute little fellers!

Cafe Observer said...

Great pix.
So, did you finally feed them?

Remember: Food - don't leave home without it!

Sterl the Pearl's Daily Pics of Boulder said...

aren't they so cute??? there is something about a donkey that is endearing. we saw one the other day - my son and I - and he gave us a big classic Hee Haw! My son is still copying it. I look foward to more in your Donkey Series. ;)

Petrea said...

Carrots, apples, let me think. Would they like celery? They're sweet. I love burros.

Palm Axis said...

I'm over at Pasadena Adjacent drinking coffee and painting tiles

I see a big horn cow butt behind Burrito the burro. I knew a burro with that name. He hung out on the hillide below La Cantina (now Gino's) on the edge of Highland Park. Is that one of the buttes?

D said...

They're so beautiful! Obviously, they need carrots, or apples!

humanobserver said...

Loved the caption. Indeed they look cute :)