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Uncle Spike's Adventures

As the weather warms up, the creatures of summer start to appear. Tortoises are already out, and very soon we’ll hear the endless ‘knocking’ as they play ‘mummy’s and daddy’s’ – seriously, it sounds like neighbouring farmers are replacing fence posts, day in, day out 🙂

Snakes will be next month, with all sorts on the prowl through the long grass by mid May. I’m currently in the process of cutting back the knee to waist high weeds and grass, particularly in the immediate ten to fifteen metre vicinity of the house. 

But now is the time of the wide-head lizards – the first of the lizards and geckos to make an appearance. Here’s two of them soaking up some sun on the side of my toolshed (SEE RİGHT SIDE WALL).

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