There’s always been frogs in my garden, but Nathan is always there to chase them of. One time, she had one cornered, but it played dead…and it worked! She became much more cautious, giving it time to spring away.
Anyway, the frogs all have their hiding spaces, some risk the hedge, lots like the bushes at the back of the garden, but today we found a little family of them hiding in an old Butler sink we use to hold flower pots! They used the hole as an escape root into the tall, shady grass, away from Nathan’s prying nose. We found them when my mum moved a flower pot, revealing their hiding spot. There was a very big frog, and a smaller one. However, I only managed to catch the smaller frog on camera!
As I said a few days ago, me and my friend are going to Cornwall tomorrow! Yay! So like said before, there will be no posts for a whole week! Got that? But when I come back, I’ll bore you to death with all the stuff I’ve been doing, and even through a few photos in. Haha, bet your dreading it now! Enjoy your break from me, I’ll enjoy mine! 🙂
When I was told there was a hot-air balloon above my house, of course I was exited-who wouldn’t be?! 😀 But it wasn’t properly above my house…so when I charged outside like a little kid, I didn’t get very good photos. But they’re better then nothing-right? And something well-cool to blog about.
Hmmmmmm…very blurry, balloon barely visible, not the best photos I’ve taken. But it was a hot-air balloon!! Who needs photos to show how Epical they are?? I plan to ride on one one day. But here are two questions that have probably got a simple answer, but I still don’t know it yet.
How do they land…?
And how do they steer so they know where to land…?
If I one day do get to ride in one and float into the endless sky-I wanna’ know how and where to land!!