Mule Talk

Yeah, I know what yer thinkin’ pal, it’s a half-ass job…  but at least it fills the dang grain bucket.

Photo: Bryce Canyon, Utah
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13 Responses to Mule Talk

  1. bulldogsturf says:

    Couldn’t have put it better… love it…

    • tbnranch says:

      Thanks friend…. I can see what they are thinking clear as day. Too bad they can’t appreciate the fact that they are taken care of way beyond the grain bucket. Notice they are groomed… not a whisker on the muzzle or a stray hair from their ears. Somebody cares about these mules. 🙂 Everybody needs a job… even a mule.

  2. My grandad always said that a mule was twice as smart as a horse and he much preferred a mule. I am 75 years old and he was a real cowboy in old west. I always felt he must know what he was talking about.

  3. Rita A. says:

    Bryce Canyon is amazing. I didn’t see any of these guys hanging around.

  4. You really know how to get to a guy!

  5. Max says:

    My wife thinks I’m crazy cause I always tell her I want a good riding mule, but it’s not crazy for her to want a miniature donkey.

    • tbnranch says:

      Why not both? It would be easier to find a mini donkey than a good riding mule… a bunch cheaper too! A good trail mule is a tough find and usually spendy.

      • Max says:

        I’m still not quite sure what Karen has in mind for a donkey, at least I have plan! I trained an awesome Pointer and dream about getting another pup someday to finish and compete in AKC trials, obviously I would need a good steady mount and what better than a gaited Mule?

      • tbnranch says:

        Oh now you want a gaited mule! $$$ lol. The donkey is for keeping the mule company, yeah, thats it!

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