I Turn My Back For One Minute
It seems as though a fun loving group of Ambystoma maculatum (Yellow Spotted Salamander) have decided to use the pool for a little play time. I'm ok with it, as long as they don't pee in the water or play the stereo in the pool shed too loud. But if I catch them wearing my swim goggles or using the gas grill, I am kicking them all out. And yes, the little dudes in both of these pictures are alive and well.
I hope you saved them, it sounds like you did.
i'd love to have pets like that to swim with...well, so lng as they don't bit.
So cool that they party at your place!
John and Cristina - I have to admit I was kind of afraid of these little crittes myself.
They seem to be able to survive in the cholrine Dykewife. Unfortunately, a few have ended up at the bottom of the pool.
Hey Rubye Jean - These are the only lizard type creatures I have ever seen in Massachusetts. I'm not sure I could handle anything bigger!
I know Lyn. I need to get back on track here and start posting something about martinis.
McMeaty - If I ever got one of these things in my suit, you would be able to hear me all the way down to your house.
As a matter of fact Hahn, they do wait until I leave. Sneaky little creatures. Wait..where did all my Sam Adams go?