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Piper, the resident donkey at the campground across the street from the climbing.
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By Jeffrey LeCours
From: New Hampshire
Apr 19, 2013

Mule, not donkey... correct?

By joshua corbett
From: Wolfeboro NH
Apr 19, 2013

No its an ass

By lee hansche
Administrator
From: goffstown, nh
Apr 19, 2013

im saying donkey... so this picture is an ass-face

By grk10vq
Administrator
Apr 20, 2013

thats one ugly looking dog.

By M Sprague
Administrator
From: New England
Jun 4, 2013

He knows the beta for every single route at Rumney, even Bradley White's obscure ones. Just ask him if you need help.

By Mike C. Robinson
From: Rumney, NH
Jun 4, 2013

Bradley!!!!

By Cracker
Jun 10, 2013

donkey + horse = mule. I beleive it's a donkey. Mules are larger.

By Brian
From: North Kingstown, RI
Jun 11, 2013

It's actually a burro.

By M Sprague
Administrator
From: New England
Jun 11, 2013

Equus asinus, which is a donkey/burro/ass. Donkey and Burros (Spanish for donkey) are the same thing, though Burro is often used to distinguish small donkeys. I think Burro got to be used for small donkeys in the Americas because the Spanish brought over small ones on ships.

Jackass plus female horse = a mule. The other way doesn't work. Mules are sterile too.

Piper says he used to work in Tijuana but I think he is just telling stories.

By Brian
From: North Kingstown, RI
Jun 11, 2013

Yup...Burro is used to distinquish them from a donkey by size just as a pony is distinquished from a horse by size even though they are both Equus ferus caballus.

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Piper, the resident donkey at the campground across the street from the climbing.

Submitted By: Ryan and Jesse Morse-Brady on Apr 19, 2013
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