Wonders on the walk to Little Squally Cove

It’s been a little while since I have had rock visions but they are back. We ran a shopping errand and took a trip to our local Lowe’s. Little Squally Cove is exposed to the southwest and gets all the lumber which falls off ships. It’s a good source of wood for projects on the island.

Lowes Little Squally Lowes

I looked up and there was Porky Pig.

Porky Pig

Next I spotted an armored Ninja Turtle.

Armored turtle

On to the real creatures, this could be a white lipped snake but I’m still not sure a snake has lips. Does a chicken have lips?

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This might be a blue tongued gecko but he wouldn’t stick out his tongue for me. I think he was bashful.

? Blue tongue

3 thoughts on “Wonders on the walk to Little Squally Cove

    • 😀 he he he…

      Yep, that’s definitely a blue tongue lizard. All I know about Tasmanian snakes is that they’re all poisonous, so it pays not to get too close when it comes to identifying them!

  1. Thankfully, we don’t have Tiger Snakes or Copperheads. Only the little white lipped snakes. The Bull ants seem to be more of a problem. Tim’s been bitten at least five times and I saw one on my pants today near the house. How rude.

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