Duck, Duck, Plover???




Forget "duck, duck, goose," we have "duck, duck, plover!"

They sit on my small wall that is near the pergola and not far from my chair when I'm outside.  They were bought several years ago, remain outside year round and make me smile.  However, the Pres thought I was crazy when I took delivery of a box full of ducks made of rocks.  I remember it as if it was yesterday.  It went something like this....

HIM:  "You got a package today.  It's heavy.  What did you order?"

ME:  "Rock ducks.  Look.  Aren't they adorable?  There's three of them and they are all different."

HIM:  "You paid money for those????"

ME:  "Yep and I LOVE them!"

HIM:  "With all the rocks here in CT we could have made them."

ME:  "Really?  What would you use to make their bills?"

Like I said in the beginning of the story, it was years ago.  I'm still waiting for an answer.

seeing, saying, sharing...

Duck, Duck, Plover???



Very unusual, JP, and seeing these rock ducks was a first for me. We also have a lot of rocks here in NH should you ever want to make any duck rocks😀and metal might work for the bills.
MadSnapper said…
they are amazing and even more amazing is that they are in your yard and you can see them every day.... i love them and that would have been my question also.
Ginny Hartzler said…
I ADORE each and every one of them? Please, where did you get them? We are birdwatchers, and I have never seen anything like them.
Ann said…
I love them. I'm trying to think of what you could use for the bills.
Michelle said…
That sounds like a conversation that would happen in my house! lol Thanks for linking up and I love those ducks!
betty-NZ said…
Love the back story! They are so cute.
When I moved to NZ, I realized that I had to buy stuff when I found it because it may never show up again, so I can appreciate your ducks--when you like 'em, buy 'em!

Your link this week at 'My Corner of the World' is appreciated!

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