It's nice to finally see them have a direction they want to go in, it had me worried there for a while, but all seem to be good to go now with goals and careers in mind.
I spent my Sunday as I do almost every Sunday, with being out at the DSC. There are two more month left of Open Days and it is going into the nicest season to visit the DSC.In the fall time. As soon as the days start to become noticeable shorter the donkeys will start to get their winter coats. The new volunteers will be confused again as to who is who as all the donkeys they recognize now will look completely different in a few weeks. I remember my first season change....not so much fun. There are plenty of activities planned for the volunteers and another volunteer orientation is just around the corner as well.
Today the weather was just beautiful and it was nice to see so many visitors out to get to know the donkeys and spent a gorgeous day in the country. The best part of the day are always the comments of visitors that they learnt so much about donkeys during their visit and that everybody is so knowledgeable.
We do hold a donkey talk three times a day on Open Days and are always available all day long to answer questions that visitors might have.
|Friends Donkeschoen and Earl Grey never miss a Donkey Talk.|