9/23/2009

Then and now

This is just a portion of our pond last spring.



This is the pond this spring.



It may not look like much, but at least I will get to grow some water lilies this year without the ducks eating them before they can sprout!! Today we had to shoo away two wild mamas with babies, but it's a far cry from last year!

10 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Betty, There's nothing like a pond to draw the ducks... Good Luck keeping them away.

Hugs,
Betsy

L. said...

I've never followed a POND before on a blog. Excellent, I look forward to it! :)

Lisa Sarsfield said...
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lisasarsfield said...

I'd like to invite you to take part in a International Blog action day post/digital collage. If you are interested then please drop by my blog for the details.
Thanks!

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We have a pond by out house but the eels like the ducklings a little too much...

Queen B. said...

in love , love, love the pond !!

Ann said...

Ann says," catch a couple of ducklings ship them up to Auckland for me pets."

Duck says," You not using the pond, you might as well lend it to me and me kids."

Drake says," wait till duck shooting season comes, the rest of me extended family will come down on to your little pond, and I will fight them off, Then you be plenty glad I came here and own this territory."

merinz said...

Sounds like you were inundated with ducks! Where have they all gone?

Jenn Jilks said...

You could play duck-duck-goose here! We have tons.
Thank you for visiting My Muskoka !

Lorac said...

Will be interested to see how it works. Keep us posted!

Dusty Lens said...

The ducks and ducklings are cute, but they sure do make a mess of things.