nothing to say but eewww!
I love toads!
A toad! He is very well camouflaged! How did you see him in the first place?
Very nice closeup of that toad?? frog? Not up on my amphibian types. :)Now I know I should have taken a picture of the squash bugs on my squash this morning. They were so creepy, I am totally organic when I garden, until today, used the stuff I got for my chickens it said for squash too, I hate to admit, but I enjoyed seeing them fall off. I don't have frogs, too dry. I would rather they eat them.
Last evening as darkness was approaching I was still in the process of watering the flower beds when a very large toad jumped out and almost put me in an early grave!
He sure does a fine job blending in! That is soooo cool. :)
Love your toad!
Cindy - Of course he peed on me when I picked him up!CeeCee - I think they are neat. this guy was huge!NetRaptor - My husband showed me! I don't know how he saw the toad!Farm Girl - I know that bugs can really do some damage to a garden if left untouched! You just have to use the proper products to get rid of bugs!Julie - I'm always concerned in the evenings now since once a bat bumped into me as it flew by! I dropped to the ground screaming, of course! the bat was probably more afraid of me!Cindy - yeah, he did blend in. That's pretty neat how they can do that!Knatolee - THANKS!~Lynn
He looks so jolly and happy in that last picture. Like he is having a good frog day :D
great post thanks
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