It’s been a long time since we’ve seen mules working together because nowadays people prefer to use modern equipment for all kinds of work. But I’m pretty sure that you all agree that no matter how many years pass by, no one could replace them completely and they will always be appreciated for the amazing contribution they have done by working long hours in various conditions, even the most extreme ones, just to help humans.
Not long ago people had the amazing chance to watch an incredible team of 20 mules working together just like they were one. People who attended the 128th Rose Parade had the chance to watch these hardworking animals all together for a very special motive. In the video shown below, you can see all the mules rehearsing for the beautiful event they are going to attend.
The crew will carry wagons and it such a beautiful feeling watching them working together and getting along so well. Their trainer stated that they are all very disciplined and it’s always a pleasure to work with these lovely creatures. They all looked comfortable and content because they were doing something that is very natural for them.
I believe that not everyone knows that mules are some of the most intelligent animals who are able to do anything if they are treated with respect and trained properly. Nothing pleases them more than watching their human companions happy. The team of mules shown in the video below is really extraordinary and deserve some recognition for their hard work! Enjoy the video!
Bobby & Claudia Tanner will be taking the 20-mule team to Pasadena this weekend for the 128th Rose Parade. They'll be pulling these reproductions of the historic Borax wagons built by Dave Engel & Bobby. Don't miss the parade on Monday, January 2, 2017. Video by Skandar Productions 2016
Posted by Visit Bishop on Tuesday, December 27, 2016