I do worry just slightly that I might have lost scrounger points having got rid of the suby in favour of a somewhat more superior vehicle. I mean, we all remember @dancan with the UTV and all the awesome scrounge he used to stuff in there with the towbar dragging on the ground. It's just not the same now he has a trailer and ute and stuff. I figure I'll just have to scrounge more now to make up for it. Today I thought I'd move some uglies stacked alongside the woodshed and split and stack the swamp gum I plan to take to my brother down in the big smoke. I moved the splitting block closer to the pile and found this guy underneath it. He's a juvenile blue-tongued lizard. This was an improvement on the last reptile I found under the block which was a juvenile black snake. They ultimately grow to be a bit over a foot long and give you a fright as adults with their more sharply defined stripes that look like a tiger snake at first glance. As I've said before, we have strict naming rules in Oz. Why are these called blue-tonged lizards? A bit of nature for young Cowlass.