Friday, May 07, 2010

The Frog Bridge


A few weeks ago I mentioned finding two frogs in the mini pond, who were struggling to get out. I helped them with the use of the fishnet thingy I have and thought they learned a good lesson and would never return.

But their little brains didn’t learn and they showed up again and again.

A reader suggested I build a bridge so they could climb out easily.

OK here it is, a concrete block with flat rocks sitting on it and reaching out to the edge. I set it up and then went back to work in the garden. An hour or so later I saw a frog basking in the sun on that bridge. Dee-lightful!


He immediately jumped off and hid under the bridge and although I waited a long time in hopes he would come out of hiding, it was for naught. Here is his foot, the only part visible to me.


While I waited, two lovely fishes swam into focus, and that satisfied me.











Our rhododendrons are in full bloom, which is way early this year. Such a display! I feel like a queen when I see them.


  1. What a lovely bridge. Your yard looks so relaxing.

  2. Good karma to help the beings.

  3. Wow! Those are rhododendrons fit for a queen! Beautiful!

    Wonder why your peonies aren't open? Only two and a half of mine are open. The other two bushes are not.. must be the specific type.

  4. Mechelle7:45 AM

    The frog bridge is just PERFECT!! Flowers are beautiful too!

  5. I'm so glad you made a bridge, you'll have tadpoles before you know it!

  6. Your flowers are beautiful, Our roddies are just now starting to bloom. We have had a rather cold spring here in the NW.

  7. Anonymous6:43 PM

    For some reason the pictures are in front of the text on this posting. Is it that way on your computer too? Great pix, but I miss the text! Mary

  8. Anonymous5:46 PM

    Well done with the bridge - the frogs needed that!


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