The donkey whisperer:
When moving a pair of donkeys, you only actually need to move one. The girl. The boy will be self-moving if you move the girl.
First, you have to get the boy to let go of the girl.
Jack: “Don’t leave me, my beloved!”
But she left him.
And he followed.
Down the driveway and down the road to the gate in the middle pasture. The donkeys come up in the fall to eat down the overgrowth in the goat yard and winter up top. Now it’s time to go back down for the spring and summer.
The sheep had forgotten about donkeys. They ran from Jack like their tails were on fire.
They’ll get over it.
The donkeys are down!
It MUST be spring!
Here’s a little donkey-sheep interaction just for fun: