About

Inspired by Dorothy Wordsworth’s 1800-1803 The Grasmere Journals, Mule Springs is an online journal about life on our farm in Eastern Oregon.  Ms. Wordsworth, the poet William Wordsworth’s sister, captured brief moments of her days living in England’s Lake District. Mule Springs is a similar effort at what is now called prose poem, flash or short nonfiction pieces intent on capturing moments for the reader to see inside one person’s ordinary life surrounded by animals and nature in the 21st century.

Here are some pictures of the main characters mentioned in the Mule Springs journal.

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Ziggy, Miniature Donkey

 

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Chippo, Miniature Donkey

 

Chinook portrait second day

Cedarwoods Chinook Winds born March 21, 2019  (Chinook)

ProfSkookum
Professor Skookum

 

ThreeDogs
Professor Skookum,  Gypsy,  Cowboy

Professor Skookum,  Gypsy,  Cowboy

CowboyHat
Cowboy AKA Glacier’s Howling at the Moon
RufousRed
Rufous Red

 

GibsonLadder
Gibson

 

Brindle1
Brindle  2016- 2018

 

Ouzel, jumping, good, 7-05final copy
Alibi’s Water Ouzel AKA Ouzel – the Great and Powerful OZ– 2004- 2016
PearlCameo
Oriental Roller Pigeons
SherPlaying
Mule Springs Journal –Author

 

If you click on the home page to subscribe to this blog, you’ll get an email notice when I post new photos and text.   The journal is for all  interested readers.   Comments are welcome!  Thank you for reading, and please share the blog with anyone who you think would appreciate the stories.

donkeyholler2@gmail.com  (feel free to email me, if you prefer not to post a comment on the blog site)

 

 

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