Mancos celebrates burros

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Mancos celebrates burros

Human-donkey duos race around Boyle Park; burros pose for artists
The inaugural Burrofest took over the streets of Mancos last Saturday. It kicked off with a race of human-donkey duos around Boyle Park.
Finn Stanifer was the youngest human racer at age 12. He plans to someday go out into the wilderness and live off the land with his burro, Ziggy.
Mancos resident Tyler Bruce tries to convince Silverjack that the porch climb isn’t so bad.
Finn Stanifer and Ziggy jog to the finish line.
Lynn Drain and his burro, Link, took first place in the race around Boyle Park. The event organizers draped a flower wreath around Link’s neck in honor of his victory.
Artist Miki Harder paints Bella along Grand Avenue.
Artist Karen Kristin paints Lilly Mae in a downtown alleyway. Lilly Mae and her owner, David Temple, seated, trekked from McElmo Canyon for the event.

Mancos celebrates burros

The inaugural Burrofest took over the streets of Mancos last Saturday. It kicked off with a race of human-donkey duos around Boyle Park.
Finn Stanifer was the youngest human racer at age 12. He plans to someday go out into the wilderness and live off the land with his burro, Ziggy.
Mancos resident Tyler Bruce tries to convince Silverjack that the porch climb isn’t so bad.
Finn Stanifer and Ziggy jog to the finish line.
Lynn Drain and his burro, Link, took first place in the race around Boyle Park. The event organizers draped a flower wreath around Link’s neck in honor of his victory.
Artist Miki Harder paints Bella along Grand Avenue.
Artist Karen Kristin paints Lilly Mae in a downtown alleyway. Lilly Mae and her owner, David Temple, seated, trekked from McElmo Canyon for the event.
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