You thought this would be pictures of the map I mentioned in my earlier blog, didn't you? But you are mistaken. *insert evil maniacal laughter*
I have found something new to take up the free time I didn't have in the first place.
This is my new WIP:
Warning: objects in pictures are larger than they appear.
What's in that dark, fake tree cave?
Come a bit closer . . .
What is this? Some freakish monster?
It is a gecko!
I'm not sure which type it is, but the pet store sold it as an albino. Here are some more pictures of it (not named yet).
Stalking a cricket (yeah, crickets gross me out . . . good thing I don't have to catch them).
Peeking out from the rock cave (made by me with real rocks . . . okay, so I stacked them and it wasn't that difficult *grin*).
But that is not all! Look what we have here.
Yes, it's a second gecko. They are like potato chips, you can't have just one. *wink*
More of the second one:
The "albino" is larger than the other one (I don't know which variety it is either), but I believe they are both female. It's hard to tell until they are 5 months old (unless you're familiar with geckos . . . and I'm not). The pet store thought they were close to five months, but weren't sure. If they are both female, I'm eventually going to get a male because I think it would be fun to raise some geckos.
Yes, I know I'm crazy. I'm raising children, Toy Fox Terriers, fish, and now geckos. And I wonder why I don't have time to write! *sigh*
Really, geckos are WAY easy to care for and I got them for my kids . . . mostly *wink* They enjoy watching them eat crickets and slink around the aquarium. It wasn't too expensive to purchase them since we already had a 20 gallon long tank from the red-eared slider turtles we used to own.
Now I've got to get back to my map!