22
Jul
07

A Trip to the Frog Pond

On a particularly glorious day, we took a trip to the frog pond. Isn’t Vermont gorgeous and full of life in July? The educational value of this trip was great. We made an important discovery: Water Boatmen Bite. No photos of this. But please take Gannon’s word for it.

Click on a thumbnail photo for a larger version.

the frog pond

 

a frog

 

a bee at work

 

Acadia at the frog pond

 

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2 Responses to “A Trip to the Frog Pond”


  1. 1 Lisa
    July 22, 2007 at 10:33 pm

    Love those pics Eva! Looking like a pro. I love taking pics, but love looking at them just as much, something special that I am glad we have in common. I know the frog pond is a special place that you and your kids share, that’s why these pics are so precious, especially the one of your little girl.

  2. August 5, 2007 at 4:57 am

    cool frog! nice picture of him, too!


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