Wednesday, February 6, 2013
There is something to be said for simplicity and functionality in designing animal enclosures. It's beauty is undeniable. This building has apparently been around for a long, long time and has served well for housing hoof stock. It currently house's Poitou donkey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I can't seen to find any information about when this "house" was built. Does anyone have any idea? Years from now, I have to think we will look at some of the "elephant temples" built today and ponder, "what in the hell were they thinking?" Fact is they weren't, they were reacting................
I wonder if the enclosure was used for something else initially. The fence with an in hang seems to be odd for Bactrian Camels.
Posted by Wade G. Burck