Iguana Drama

So, one of the downsides of having an empty pool is that iguanas sometimes fall in and can’t get out. That seems ridiculous, I know.  They’re wild iguanas- of course they can get out, right? Nope. We figured this out when we had to scrape dried iguana off the bottom of the pool when we first moved here.

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This is our state-of-the-art iguana rescue apparatus.

Well, it happened again. We heard scratching and scrambling and, sure enough, there was an iguana in the pool. After carefully assessing the situation we decided to put some sticks and a long-handled pool brush in there so the little guy could climb out on his own time. You know, let nature take its course. However, when a lady we know who has lived here a while found out about our plan, she clearly thought we were silly and ridiculous people. Then this happened:

 

Yep. She’s a badass.

Sincerely,

Silly and Ridicuolous

3 thoughts on “Iguana Drama

  1. whw126 says:

    At least you don’t have rattlesnakes and alligators! (We do, but rarely see them, although you won’t find me in the waters where they hang out!.

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