As I mentioned yesterday, I took a walk on Tuesday evening and explored our neighbor’s land.
Mr. John is a nature enthusiast, and though he welcomes explorers, he has no tolerance for anyone disturbing or destroying his property. I’m very fond of the fact that Mr. John caters to a very large beaver den bordering one of the small lakes. You will find many downed trees felled by the beavers.
While I was walking along the raised walkway noticing a freshly chewed tree, I heard frogs calling each other. Because still pictures are unable to capture sound, I decided to take a ‘talking’ picture. I hope you enjoy frogs on Friday. Have a ‘hoppy’ weekend!
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I listened to this three times. No frogs here this time of year (try to do that with a Maine accent!).
Hahahaha – the instant you suggested the Maine accent, I heard it loud and clear.
Thanks for enjoying the video, Julie. Have a great weekend.
Wow, your sound video brought it to life, Lenore! Love love love it! That is very tolerant for him to allow the beavers to do what they do naturally. Beavers cleared a lot of trees and tried to dam the creek on my in-law’s property.
I am glad you liked it, Patti. As I stood there checking out a tree felled by the beavers, the frogs started talking. My kids were not with me, and I wanted to share it with someone. 🙂
Thanks, Kim. I love it, too.
Any time I hear the wild, I fall in love with nature all over again…
Blessings – Maxi
I am happy I could rekindle the spark for you, Maxi! Thank you for visiting.
My husband and I walk for 30″ around the park near our house. The park backs up to the “creek”…i listened this morning especially for the sounds of frogs…no such sounds here. Awesome.
I hope you’ll hear the frogs soon, Georgette. I was pleased the frogs decided to chat while I was there. Very kind of them, don’t you think?
Glad you liked it.
Hoppy weekend Lenore. 🙂 🙂
Hahahahaha! Nicey played, Arindam. Hoppy weekend to you, too. 🙂
A very nice video, what an unreal looking place, it looks so natural, untouched, I love it. 🙂
Thank you, Mags. The place is – for the most part – untouched and natural. Like you, I love it, too! 🙂
Oh that was precious. The frogs around here are all buried under a ton of mud. Or else they’re dead. The sound woke my cat up and illicited a huge yawn. Double smiles for me.
Hahahaha! I laughed out loud (and suddenly) with your ‘or else they’re dead’ comment. Is that wrong?! 🙂 Please tell your cat I am sorry for disturbing nap-time. Glad you had double smiles. 🙂 Have a nice weekend, Linda.
Actually, if those little froggies aren’t mired in pretty good, they’d be frozen solid by now, despite our relatively moderate winter. You to have a great weekend. Looking forward to the next bit of fun and craziness next week. Ya, like, how are those boys doing with their playroom/bedroom situation? 😉
Um… no comment. 🙂
Frogs on a Friday…….fabulous!
I love alliteration! Thanks for viewing and playing, Bella!