Alli-Baba is back on patrol.

We haven’t seen this guy for months, but yesterday, Alli-Baba made an appearance in our backyard. Silently, he glided past our house on his way home.Β  Boy, do we feel so much safer now, knowing he’s out patrolling our area?!


Almost back at his watery lair, where maybe his lady wife was making supper. “Honey, I’m home!”


Wishing you all a great week.


65 comments on “Alli-Baba is back on patrol.

  1. Now that’s a guardian for sure…MOL πŸ˜€ Thank you so much for coming to my Pawty, Sylvia. Hope you had a lot of fun, just like me πŸ˜€ Extra Pawkisses for a wonderful dayπŸΎπŸ˜½πŸ’ž

  2. Nice captures, Sylvia. Sometimes I miss seeing alligators when I lived in SC. Not positive it’s true but supposedly the snout in inches is the length of the gator in feet. Fascinating creatures.

  3. You are very brave to share your backyard with that big fella. I’ve seen a few of his cousins on my travels and they never cease to make my timbers shiver. Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving

  4. I don’t know how you can live comfortably next to Ali Baba. Doesn’t he and his kin sometimes wander into your yard or up to your door and ring the door bell? Don’t tell me that the photos I see on the internet of Ali Babas and bells are not true.

  5. You do live in a National Park!
    I wouldn’t be comfortable with Ali-Baba. I’ve seen crocodiles at Murchison Falls in Uganda. Hundreds. They say crocodiles are slow on land? Not true. They’re very fast on land! They can probably outrun a human.
    Watch your back.
    And have have a great week.

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