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As our business grows we have found it sometimes is difficult to work out deposits and time payments for owners who can’t or don’t want to pay all at once. It is important to us to have our little four legged kids go to a good home and that sometimes means we have to get creative with payment plans. Recently we added another option for families wanting to adopt one of our miniature donkeys.
We now accept all major credit cards in person or by email or over the phone. Regardless of how you want to pay for your animal you will receive a receipt. If you live in another part of the country you can call us on your cell phone, give us your credit card info and we will instantly text you back your receipt!
Of course you can still pay by cash or check but this does provide you with another option.
If you would like to know more just drop Richard an email at email@example.com or call Katrina at 615-295-9804.
Obviously, this is a site all about Miniature Donkeys and related activities. When we are in the barn there has to be music playing and it has to bew either oldies Rock and Roll or Country. Living just outside of Nashville means that Country Music is everywhere and concerts are a big part of the life here. Last week was the annual CMA Music Fest with Country Music fans here from every State and 23 Countries; nearly 100,000 fans.
Although not much of a fan of large crowds Katrina and I decided to take advantage of an opportunity provided by SiriusXM Satellite radio and attend a free Little Big Town concert during the CMA Music Festival. The tickets were free and we both love Little Big Town and the weather was great so why not? It turned out to be a once in a lifetime experience that we will remember for years to come.
When we arrived at the theatre and picked up our passes we were ushered into a very small broadcasting studio in the top of Bridgestone Arena in downtown Nashville. There were only 50 seats in the room and we could literally reach out and touch the performers! Little Big Town entered the room to a greatly excited and very small crowd for “our private show” that was recorded and broadcast on the The Highway XM Channel 50.
Not only did the band give us a private performance, they had a small gift for everyone in attendance, took questions from the audience and performed for us like we were relatives.
From now on we will have more Little Big Town music on our MP3 player for sure!
If you have the right equipment towing a trailer can be an easy and enjoyable adventure. Have bad equipment and it can be dangerous and a night mare. If you tow a horse trailer, car, camper, boat, or tool trailer, I know there is one experience you don’t like; hooking up the trailer to the hitch.
You basically have two options; first, if you are by yourself, you wear the seat of you tow vehicle out by jumping in and out to see how close the ball of the hitch is to the trailer and if it is lined up correctly. Once you get it close you start pushing or tugging on the trailer to get it the last inch or so to match up with the receiver.
Second, if you have someone with you; they stand by the trailer and make hand signals or yell directions to you. If you are real high tech you may have walki-talkies to help with the shouting. Usually, this results in screaming and statements like, “No, your other left!”
As entertaining as this might be for those of you with a sick sense of humor, I just discovered something that promises to stop all this. I love electronic gadgets, most men do. I just came across the Swift Hitch. It is a portable back-up camera and viewer.
We tested this product briefly as soon as we opened the box and charged the two units. It only took 2.5 hours for a full charge on both.
As soon as I mounted the camera on my tailgate it was a breeze. A picture is provided to demonstrate exactly what you are going to see in the viewer.
This is what you see when you are getting close to the trailer. A swing to the right or to the left and you are right on target.
For a compete description, evaluation and cost just click here to go to our Product Review Page.