Roiney the donkey joins the flower set. Those so-called beautiful flower people people might well have claimed Rodney
Roiney the donkey joins the flower set. Those so-called beautiful flower people people might well have claimed Rodney the donkey as a mascot. He is a handsome fellow, certinely. And here he is suitably equipped with the hippy symbol, she flower. A plastic one, admittedly. But as it happens, the flower people are too late to claim Rodney, pictured here with 15-year-old Judy Borwick, whose father breeds donkeys at Maidenhead, Berks. An American visitor has already fallen for three-week old Rodney. August 1967 P011882
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