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02 October 2007

All's fair...

Love was in the air... well, in the water actually, early this morning at San Luis Mission Park. These two certainly weren't snapping at each other today.

Later in the day, there were rumours of war when a territorial dispute arose over the trash bins. I watched these little anoles go round and round for a good 10 minutes. They very briefly grappled 2-3 times. I'm not sure who won. I think they finally called it a draw and went their separate ways.

On another note altogether...
It has been brought to my attention that I failed to disclose the make, model and colour of my new car. It's a 'Glacier Blue' Hyundai Accent. It's gonna take a while to get used to being so close to the road. (I'm already missing that great photo-snapping vantage point.) My biggest fear is that someone in a big truck won't see me when he starts backing out of a parking space. 8-}


rcwbiologist said...

I remember the first snapping turtle I picked up after moving to the southeast. It nearly bit my finger off. And the back of their shells is pretty darn sharp as well. Anoles are such goofs. My civic sometimes feels as though I'm driving a gocart when I pull up to some of the 4x4s.

SophieMae said...

RCWB, some of those snappers are capable of taking your finger clean off! Yes, anoles can be goofy. Ya gotta love 'em. 8-] I know just what you mean about the gocart feeling. Before we moved to the forest, I drove a Fiero. I loved that car! But these roads just about ate it alive.