Security Breach AT&T!

There was a security breach today in the donkey pasture which put all the animals on alert. A lineman from AT&T knocked on the door to tell me he needed to climb the pole in our pasture. He wanted to know if the donkeys are aggressive. I had to laugh to myself and hope for his sake he didn’t have carrots in his pockets. I assured him it would be safe to go into the donkey pasture.

Apparently I forget to tell the donkeys……….and goats……….and emus.

 

Here’s a little video of the action.

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