Tuesday 16 September 2014

Donkey Escape!

On our walk yesterday we discovered that the donkeys had escaped from their field and had stomped their way on to the foot path!

Auntie Ashley warns me not to go too close to them.

Auntie Ashley loved the donkeys.

She fed them apples and plants and they really enjoyed it.

I was enjoying the donkeys but I was very scared of their feets, they have big powerful hooves that could stomp on little Puggys!

Mum feeds the donkeys too, see me in the photo below keeping my distance!

I'm not looking at you Mr Donkey!

Me and Mum made sure that they were making their way back to the field.

Then we went on a walk in the woodland.

Is that a troll under the bridge??

Quick run away! 


Oh Ashley you had me fooled!

Back home we go, after such a long and fun walk...

I even sniffed at this big fat Caterpillar and Mum told me to let it keep crawling back to its home, so I left it alone and I went back to my home!


  1. Wow donkey escape indeed Frank. My peeps would keep me on a lead as I'd probably try and chase them. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  2. The donkeys are lucky you came along, ya know, to help them find their way home.

    xo Cinnamon

  3. Oh Frank!! You are one brave guy! I'm totally scared of those big doggies with hooves!!


  4. It was so nice of you to make sure the donkeys got safely back in their field!

  5. Uh oh. I do think that maybe Phantom did see your piktures and woooo on over there and played with the donkeys and forgot to put them back! I mean, since donkey's don't have thumbs, that is the only logical reason, right? Glad you guys are getting to enjoy the cooler weather! Oh, mom said one of our hikes on vacation may involve WILD PONIES! I do think that do be a kind of donkey.

  6. Oh my goodness they were really escaping, BOL. Auntie Ashley to the rescue
    Lily & Edward

  7. OMD OMD OMD FRANK... this is the mostest EXCITING adventure you have EVER been on... and that is NOT a Small fete since you have done so MANY Grand thingys...
    HOLY GWALK A MOLEY... were you EVER right... stay far far away from those HARD Sharp HOOVES... they could have turned you into a PUGcake. OMD OMD
    AND then you saw a TROLL looking at you. Did it ask, "Who's that trip tropping over my Bridge?" Oh WAIT... silly US... that is your Auntie A... just yankin' your walkin string... and ours TOO. BaaaaaWaaaah.
    We are VERY VERY much PROUD of you and your peeps fur helping the donkeys to get back where they belong... safely.

  8. I NEVER sniffed a donkey before but I did have a goat butt me. I might be a bit worries about those feets too!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley
    Join us for our week long series "Road To The Great Debate"!

  9. Donkeys AND trolls all on the same walk??? You must have been EXHAUSTED by the time you got home!!!

  10. We had donkeys that looked just like those,, They smell good- don't they?
    Those donkeys can chase-- so look out!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. You have met the nicest donkeys, Frank, but you are right to be careful. We hear they can give a mean kick. So glad there wasn't really a troll under that bridge:)

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

  12. Those donkeys are lucky ya came along!

  13. Hey Frank!
    Wow, you got to see wild, loose donkeys! I bet that was exciting. My Mom is going all SQUEEEEE and wishes she was there to feed and pet them too. BOL Glad you didn't get stepped on. Gee, their hooves are big. What a nice walkie and that bridge is a fun place. :)
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Pol Comm

  14. Frank, I think it was best you kept your distance from those big donkeys. They look nice and all but I still would be a little nervous, cause they are so big. That looked like a lovely walk. I am excited about Octoberfest!! Do you like to dance??

    Loveys Sasha

  15. We probably would have chased those donkeys. Hope they got back where they were supposed to be ...

    Your walk looked like lots of fun!

    Love Zoe, Peyton, Webster, Liberty & Whitney