Lifecruisers donkey

29 Comments on “Wordless Wednesday Donkey”

    Happy and Blue 2 said:

    :smile: Nice ass. Yours??..

    Lifecruiser: An experience in the heights of our honey moon ;-)

    Lyndsay said:

    :shock: I haven’t rode one of them in years!!! Would love to again though… the live on the edge and that rocks!!! :) Great WW Mine is up as well!

    Lifecruiser: This one was really on the edge and rocks, because it was on the island Crete in Greece and there is very high mountains and the roads are very narrow ones. Perfect place to have them.

    walker said:

    If that donkey could speak he would say he was out of gas.

    Lifecruiser: Hehe, yes, and I hope he was out of the natural gas too!!!! Eeeek.

    Chi said:

    I really like this photo but am wondering where his rider is. Yes, I have a curious nature. *s*

    Lifecruiser: Yes, at that time we first spotted him, we were wondering that too, because the owner wasn’t to be seen anywhere. He had left him there on the road to do some work elsewhere, we saw him at the side of the road later. But it was a funny sight that he just stood there.

    mar said:

    Happy WW! the donkey looks lonely… he probably doesn’t like the cement road, lol. This is not in Sweden, right? (love the way you can list your commenters right after the post and the way you can individually respond to each comment!!)

    Yes, we were kind of amazed to find him alone there when we came driving. It’s on the Greece island Crete. There were high mountains and narrow roads there, even if it doesn’t show on this photo. We saw more donkeys carrying stuff. Sometimes with a rider and sometimes withe riders wife going way behind the rider…. Yes, the commenters list is one of my fav’s too, giving you some credit for commenting. And it’s easier to answer direct on the actual comment than have to scroll down to find the answer.

    Wystful1 said:

    It’s almost like he’s watching and waiting for his rider!!! Great photo.

    Thanks for dropping by my W W today.

    Ver well behaved he is, kind of parked there, patiently waiting to do his duty.

    Lazy Daisy said:

    Wow, very eco-friendly and runs on hay! My WW is up.

    Lifecruiser: And he talks too… *lol*

    Melli said:

    Now that’s something you don’t see every day on the side of the road! Pretty little pack mule!

    Lifecruiser: Personally I find this donkey very pretty. We saw others that weren’t at all in the same good shape as this one.

    Kelly said:

    I didn’t expect to see a donkey today! lol

    Great WW!

    Lifecruiser: No, I guess it isn’t every day we see one…. Maybe I am one though….*lol*

    viamarie said:

    Was he abandoned?

    My WW is up too.

    Lifecruiser: No, the owner was out on the fields and had parked him there temporarily, but it looked that way at first.

    suzy said:

    That is so great. I’ve always wanted to ride a donkey along the Grand Canyon – but I suppose Greece was way better!

    Lifecruiser: Especially Crete because the whole islands is having high mountains and when you shall drive from north to south (and you do that a lot!), you have to pass these high mountains all the time. Stunnung breathtaking views, but also quite frightening for me as I’m afraid of heights….

    heather said:

    what an ass he is making of him self:razz:

    Lifecruiser: Yes, and a big ass… in the way ;-)

    Moogie said:

    He looks so lonely. :) Where was the photo taken?

    My WW is up!

    Lifecruiser: The owner was on the fields somewhere. It was on the Greek island Crete.

    Debbie said:

    He doesn’t appear to be in the mood to move! Nice picture!

    Lifecruiser: No, I thought he looked like he was almost sleeping and find life tiresome…

    PJ said:

    he looks ready to go!

    Lifecruiser: Do you think that? I think he’s on a break and want it to last for long.

    ribbiticus said:

    that donkey seems to be pondering over something…lol! mine’s up! ;)

    Lifecruiser: Maybe what we were for strange people coming forward to him with cameras when he only wanted peice and quiet..

    The Shrone said:

    What’s on his back? He looks like he needs to ask for directions!

    Lifecruiser: Well, it seemed to be some kind of home made pack saddle.

    YellowRose said:

    Aww, he looks sad! Donkeys always look sad don’t they?

    My WW is up!

    Lifecruiser: Yes, they do. Maybe we should too if we had their lifes… *lol*

    PixiePincessMom said:

    Talk about a way to save gas. Maybe I need one of those!

    Lifecruiser: Maybe we’ll end up there eventually ;-)

    Wendy said:

    He looks so lonely.

    Lifecruiser: Yes he does. It was quite surprising finding him standing there alone.

    LibertyBelle said:

    That looks like Greece!
    Very cute photo!
    Worldess Wednesday is up!

    Lifecruiser: Yes, it sure does and is!

    feedscott said:

    Some of there comments are so asinine, but mine isn’t right? B)

    Lifecruiser: Well, I kind of associate it with theirs anyway… *lol*

    Pat said:

    Giddy up little boy!! :lol:

    Lifecruiser: I thought that I saw him moving one of his ears… *lol*

    Annette Burkett said:

    I would have never guessed it was Greece! Maybe someday I’ll get to go visit, but I didn’t even realize I could ride a donkey while I was there :-D

    Lifecruiser: Well, maybe you didn’t thought of it because it wasn’t particularly appealing to you :-)

    guppyman said:

    Who’d of thunk I’d come here and see you showing your ass…..

    Lifecruiser: Surprising hah? Isn’t it a fine piece of ass? *lol*

    ~ Stacy ~ said:

    “No Give and Take. No Exchange of Thought. It gets you nowhere, particularly if the other person’s tail is only just in sight for the second half of the conversation.”

    Eeyore from “The House at Pooh Corner” by A. A. Milne

    [heh] I figured that was better than echoing the ‘nice ass’ sentiments. :)

    Lifecruiser: Though I do like the nice ass sentiments, I also like variation, so this was a nice one :-)

    presentstorm said:

    There is just something cool about a donkey…

    Did you get to ride him?

    Lifecruiser: Well, no ride no. We’re kind of in a hurry… *lol*

    Dragonden said:

    Nice Ass. Looks like he’s looking out at those mountains thinking “wheres the truck, I’m not hauling you up those hills!”

    Lifecruiser: Maybe he was on a strike, the union had put him out… *lol*

    tnchick said:

    We have donkeys but they are on farms with the horses and cows and don’t have sadles on them hehe

    Lifecruiser: They are useful to a lot of things. Mostly they were packed with things… and the man riding on top too – but his wife walking way behind!!!

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