Friday, March 7, 2008

Prince Charming In The Garden In Key West?

OK, now you have my photo.

How about a kiss?

Would you put that camera away!

Cheers from Deb's Garden In Key West!

Have a marvelous weekend and make sure your start the end of your day with a glass of wine!


Dr. Debs said...

Just had this vintage of Naia at a restaurant last week, and it was indeed a way to start spring. Great pictures, as always.

Mike of Mike's Table said...

You have bigger frogs than me! I just get them by the hundred all over the windows every night...great pics!

Shayne said...

I thought of you today while looking at wine at Costso. There was one that I really wanted but it was $14.00 and I had not budgeted for it so I had to leave it there and I was thinking..."If Deb were here she could tell me if it was worth busting my budget for" I think it was one of the clearest white wines I have ever seen. It was a chardonnay(sp) from Napa Valley, can't remember the name.

Nora B. said...

Hi Deb,
I see you still have a bottle of that lovely Spanish wine. I just had a quick check to see if Verdejo is a similar varietal to Verdelho (which you know is more common in Australia) or Verdello but I think it's not:

p/s: which frog turned into a prince after the kiss? ;-)

Holler said...

I don't know how you got those shots! Frogs move so fast. Or does the sun slow them down there? Maybe it is just your superior photography skills!

winedeb said...

Thanks Dr. Debs! New you would like this one!

Hey Mike, we grow em' big down here! Yes, we get lots of critters here in the evenings also!

Hi Shayne, wish I would have been there to help out! Yep $14 is out of my weekly budget also, but remember it for a special occasion!

Hey Nora, I do not think it is just like but may be similar. I will recheck it out for ya! Little frog wanted no part of a prince!

Holler I was lucky he was looking for a place to take a nap. It was morning and he was slooooow. He finally got tired of me and went away. Too cute though.

Bellini Valli said...

You have such interesting little visitors to your garden. The most interesting thing here is the praying mantis and the occasional scorpion.A tip my glass of wine to you Deb for leaving the smile on my face:D

Lucy said...

Love him!

noble pig said...

You seriously need to move to my toad town with those green guys!

Yes, Toad Hollow, I did some time at that winery doing a night harvest of the grapes. Was tres fun.

Loulou said...

Oh how I love little tree frogs like that one.
Wonderful photos!