They sure are cute little critters.Brenda
Well, who wouldn't want to take a dip in that gorgeous pool, so you can't blame them for having good taste! ;)Kat
That pool is so beautiful and inviting how could they resist.
Surprise, surprise . . . how did they ever get to your pool. Quite the news item!
lol oh no! and how adorable but I suppose a mite "messy"..damn cute though..Can't tell... are they breeding pair? If so..... hmmmmm?
Could have been an alligator!
LOL We have a breeding pair of ducks who visit out pool each spring before we get it cleaned up. Once the chlorine goes in they leave. They nest in the neighborhood (there's a fairly safe space between garages) and then hike to the river when the babies hatch. They are fun to watch. Our pool is above ground, and they tease the dog terribly!DeeDeewww.KidNeedsAKidney.blogspot.com
How cute!!! I notice you don't have the screened lanai over your pool. Where we live right now, all the pools are screened in. We're moving up to Ocala in the fall and I noticed most of the places up there don't have screens either...I wouldn't mind ducks but some of the critters here really freak me out!Gorgeous pool, the ducks have good taste:)
Mr.and Mrs. Mallard! Next, watch for the `little ones`!!
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