"Horses Dream Of Being Trained The Way A Donkey Demands To Be Trained" Melody Johnson

Working On Building Our New Farm In Sequim, Washington











We finished the first project before Thanksgiving, fencing the entire twenty acres with Red Brand Horse fence as our new farm has three highways running on the sides of it. We stained the posts dark green (my favorite color), feels like the farm is starting to look elegant and beautiful. Working on twenty acres with two pear trees, one apple tree and irrigation would be overwhelming if we did not have faith GOD in Jesus Christ name is guiding us step by step to create our new business Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC and our home. GOD is amazing!

We are currently working on getting the site plan finished as our new barn will be constructed in March of 2014. When the weather gets a little better we will start bringing up the top rail stained green for the horse fence as this will make it stronger and more beautiful.

Before the barn can be installed we need a road, electricity, septic and a well.  One day the Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC will be a world-wide destination for courses and education of donkeys, mules and horses.


Notice the mountain in the background of the MD barn master photo above, amazing. We chose MD barn to build our chew, fire and kick proof barn as donkeys are wood eaters, I will share this process on my blog too. We can’t wait to watch Miss Lily, Miss Trophy, Rio and Rocket Man run on this land along with another mini and two standard size donkeys. Watch the Orchard low sugar hay grow on ten acres and be part of the farming process in Sequim.  For so long I have wanted our equine to have the opportunity to have more space to walk and run as we always planned on clearing the five acre farm we live on now.. After the semi-truck accident came and and I was left with a life time physical disability (three screws in my pelvis) we made the decision to start over and build a one story home. Select GOD created a miracle for me to read about the semi-truck accident.







GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!





13 Responses to “Working On Building Our New Farm In Sequim, Washington”

    • Donkey Whisperer Farm

      Thank you so very much. We are excited to sell our current turn-key farm in the spring and start building a one story home for my disability as two stories is just too difficult on me. The big bonus is getting to watch the equine run and enjoy such a large pasture for the very first time. So much to do and we give all of this to GOD in Jesus Christ name. Thank you for reading my blog and taking a moment to comment.


    • Donkey Whisperer Farm

      Hi Neil,

      Thank you we are giving all of this to GOD as way too many projects for us to do on our own. One day we will be able to sit back and look at all that GOD has done to make our life a bit easier as after surviving the semi-truck accident leaving me with a physical disability (screws in my pelvis) we have to move to a one story house. Seems everything changed in just a few moments and now GOD has opened the door for us to move into a much easier life. We are very excited to see what GOD in Jesus Christ name does next. GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged! Melody & Scott Johnson


  1. lakota07

    Wonderful property. Looks like it drains well. How far is Sequim from Olympia. My husband (when he was alive) and I spent a lot of time going to Washington state. We lived in Seaside. Our friends lived in Mt Lake Terrace, then Auburn and now are over in Union. I used to be a medical courier for a lab in Longview, so got to drive along the Columbia river 4 days a week.
    I pray all your plans and dreams happen.


    • Donkey Whisperer Farm

      Our land is perfect for drainage, no wet areas anywhere one of the reasons it took three years to find this land was we had a long list of conditions for our last farm/home. My husband and I are in our 50’s now and we plan on never moving again. I have lived in Kitsap County most of my life making Sequim, the olympic mountains, Sol-duc hot springs, Hurricane Ridge our back door for fun family memories. Sequim is about 45 minute drive from Poulsbo, Washington. Less rain and more of a retirement community you can google it and map it. 🙂 Here is the local newspaper http://www.sequimgazette.com/


      • lakota07

        I checked mapquest out and now know where exactly Sequim is. You are right up 101 from Union. Just across the channel from Vancouver. Nice area for sure.


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