All Hail the Prince…

June 12th, 2012 § 5 comments

Prince Pickerel has Returned to His Summer Home in My Secret Garden

His Highness, Prince Pickerel of The Secret Garden, has returned to his summertime throne. You may recall earlier mentions of this copper-clad charmer from summers past; particularly this post on the pickerel frog, from August 2010.

Welcome Home! All Hail the Prince!

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  • Jen says:

    It’s pretty cool when the creatures feel at home in our domesticated spaces. Welcome back, Pickerel Frog! My family had a big old toad who lived in our mud room every spring and summer. It always felt like a relief to see him return.

  • paspirit says:

    Wicked cute!

  • Michaela says:

    @ Jen – And wouldn’t you agree that there’s nothing like an amphibian on your front or back doorstep to say, “Welcome Home”? ;) xo M

  • Michaela says:

    @ paspirit – I whole-heartedly concur! xo M

  • Deb Weyrich-Cody says:

    Sorry, a little slow on the uptake here, but congratulations on your returning hero!! Only yesterday finally spotted our resident toad for the first time this year (maybe this heat, hm,mm?) and thank God for it too… Bugs are absolutely wicked this year!! (the flippin’ Deer Flies are literally attacking the truck before I’ve even got it parked):

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