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|Count the donkey ears waiting to board in Waiki'i Ranch. There are more!|
|Mark Meyers, PVDR. uses his Texas hat to encourage them along the chute.|
|Inga Gibson, HSUS, takes a blissful break from the same work. She had a little flag on the end of a bendable pole she used instead of a hat.|
|Mark Meyers, Amy Meyers, of Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue, with Dr. Brady Bergin of Waimea.|
|Your Waikoloa Pizza Delivery Girl made sure to put out token gifts for volunteers so they would know the people of Waikoloa supported and loved them.|
|Some of the 10 trailers lined up at airport.|
|Late day sun gives golden glow to donkeys on a red trailer.|
|Volunteers push container as it is loaded with donkeys then help pull it up onto the trailer platform for ride to plane|