Gooey climbs Mt. Ajax


Gooey has shared her little home with our tortoise Ajax for the last month or so while Orlando’s crew has worked on our house.

Gooey wondering what the heck is in her house.

Gooey wondering what the heck is in her house.

Ajax took over Gooey’s igloo and refused to come out for over a week. I think the heat and humidity finally got to him today and he finally came out.

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Ajax is trying to burrow in a bit to cool off but Gooey just thinks he is another obstacle to climb. Or maybe Gooey is just getting even for Ajax taking over her house?

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2 thoughts on “Gooey climbs Mt. Ajax

  1. Oh dear, Ajax may never come out again if this is the treatment he must endure. Tell Gooey to play nice!

  2. artsifrtsy says:

    Awesome – poor Ajax :(

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