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ITAP of Watkins Glen.

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  1. A nice tuna sandwich with a glass of chocolate milk. Take a bite then a swig and consume both at the same time. 10x better with toasted bread.

  2. I wouldn't doubt that honestly. He's pretty chirpy sometimes and even so when he attacks things. Probably just needs a girlfriend lol.

  3. I love the idea that you just show your gecko around on a stick until he jumps onto a specific plant. Then after a minute you show the stick and take him back to his domain.

  4. Yes he is a bit spoiled lol. His favorite is my hope philodendron, he likes climbing through the thick mass of tree like stems and then splooting on a big leaf.

  5. Check out Josh's Frogs, they have great species specific recommended plants for bioactive plus much more, really any supplies you need can be gotten here. Snake plants are my personal favorite as they offer great climbing and hiding space while being ultra resilient. Pothos are also nice for providing some higher up foliage and can even be naturally anchored to wood, rock, etc. Birds Nest Fern is also a good choice. Also If you buy anything not specifically grown for bioactive, like from a name brand big box store, make sure to rinse the soil to where at most only a small root ball remains. Soil not made for terrarium use can have potentially harmful substances/critters so wash thoroughly with slightly cool tap water if you want to avoid any risk. Otherwise good luck and have fun. :)

  6. Hair. Everywhere. On everything, 24/7, all year, even shows up on the food you eat outside of home. Forget wearing black and white unless you can keep an endless supply of lint rollers around. Also, invest in a good brush and keep it out of the puppers reach...they are vengeful. Prepare for the hair! ;)

  7. I have homemade decor I made just like yours! I used old or unused Tupperware containers, hot glue, and if you have access to a dollar tree, smooth small rocks. Very successful even with a heating mat, however I wouldn't know if the glue would melt under a heat lamp or not. To make it extra snazzy use fake plants and colorful smooth glass pebbles to up the decor.

  8. Using 100% silicone instead of hot glue would eliminate any risk of melting. It’s basically the same consistency as hot glue but construction grade and completely non toxic after curing/drying 24 hours, no need to heat it. Same stuff they use to keep the walls of your vivarium together, I get mine in squeezable tubes from Home Depot

  9. I never thought of that! I will keep that in mind the next time i do any vivarium projects. :)

  10. I can only remember two scenes from this one movie that gave me nightmares my whole early childhood. One scene was this girl getting impaled by a sword into the ceiling of a cave and then she hung there. The other was in an attic or hallway with this creature chasing a girl and eating the heads off fairies.(?) Couldn't get the cave scene out if my head for days. To this day I have not been able to figure out what the movie was though.

  11. My male cresty does this sometimes. From what I've gathered it could be either aggression, fright, or horniness.

  12. I've had this for a few years now. I used to fill it up with water, but mine ended up just sleeping in it, which is really cute because they curl up in it. Just make sure that the suction cup has a good hold on a clean glass surface as the tiny acrobat is likely to make it fall once in a while. Even then I've found as it ages the suction quality declines, so just use with caution. :)

  13. I feel that 100%. Spent my first semester through the beginning process of a toxic divorce. My best advice to you would be to find somewhere safe and as far away from verbal conflict as possible. Find family or friends that are willing to let you come over and study/do work when things escalate. It is unfair to you to be exposed to their problems, and if they don't see that then find someone that does. If you can't leave, and it really gets to you, breath, take a break, do something that takes your mind off of the situation and/or school work. Your mental health overall is more important. Also, If they attempt to drag you in the middle, ignore them and don't let their opinions of each other affect your opinions of them. Best of luck and stay safe, it will pass at some point. :)

  14. Gorgeous picture! I have a photo almost identical to this one, being only half an hour away I have gone here too many times. If you're looking for more good places I would recommend looking into Buttermilk falls as well, they have very photogenic waterfalls and trails. Also the Keuka outlet trail or Glenora falls, just to name a few. ;)

  15. Banana peppers once ripened make a wonderful fresh snack with or without veggie dip, and are very good in stir fry dishes as well. For a hot version try ripe Hungarian wax peppers instead. For very hot peppers I prefer ghosts as they have a wonderful floral like flavor, and pair well with various things in sauces.

  16. It is definitely a dumb cane. On a side note, be careful with the plants sap as it can cause mild skin irritation and is toxic when consumed, causing swelling of the mouth, airways, etc. If you have pets I would try to keep it away from them, especially cats. That is all, enjoy your new plant friend. :)

  17. Once the shed is dealt with, you could start trying to tame him by just putting your hand in the tank every night. They are usually very curious and he will probably start inspecting your hand. Eventually he may gain your trust and even willingly walk on to your hand, but be patient at this point and practice trying to lift him up, as he will slowly get comfortable with what your doing. After the first time you succeed with taking him out let him explore on a bed or carpet, somewhere soft, and practice hand walking and let him explore a little. Exploring is a fun thing for them and he may even want to come out on the future. This is how I tamed mine, it takes a lot of patience and time, but in the end it's worth it. Good luck! :)

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