The thing I love about living in the country happens to be the exact same thing I hate about it.
Now, don't get me wrong we do live 30 minutes out of downtown Seattle and it's country-ish, but by no means is it the middle of nowhere. We have stores and espresso stands every few feet just like Belltown only with less bums.
More importantly, however, is the fact that along with less bums comes a thing called Nature. Shocking, I know.
The black bear that has been haunting the area scares me but what are you going to do when people tear down hundreds of acres for a Casino? I mean, it's supposed to be the hottest thing, so what if it displaces a few hundred wildlife creatures? That seems like a small price to pay for billions in profit. (I am totally kidding, I think it sucks but it's the nature of growth.)
But a little re-location of some wildlife happens to be, if nothing else, educational for our little ones.
I present to you Froggie Relocation #679.
Mr. Froggie's new habitat consists of an aquarium, a pond, grass taken from his original habitat and a few sticks.
(Please note after these photos were taken Mr. Froggie was once again relocated by our 3-year-old and released back into the wild to continue to grow and prosper.)