Sounds simple, doesn't it? However, it took over an hour for all aspects of the job to be completed.
Horses to be chased. Vehicles to be carefully maneuvered. Donkey to be persuaded. Aiming the truck at the hitch was actually one of the easiest things; it only took three passes.
One thing that I noted: a stray kitten living at our neighbor's to the west sat on their fence through the proceedings and watched, clearly amused with our antics.
In the end, it all worked out. Booboo was reunited with my nieces. forestcats returned home safely with truck, trailer and donkey.
During the evening, I caught up on some comic books. First was Supreme Power #3 of 4 - eh. Next was Fables #108 - bounced around all over the place. I wish they'd pick out just one storyline to stay with, but obviously it's all going to tie in together later. Then, DMZ #68 - the series is winding down. Finally, Samurai's Blood #3 of 6 - I found the lettering hard to read until I took my glasses off. Sad book, this one.