Compared to any other pet with smelly gut-wretching poop, the poop of a suclata is nice. It smells much less repulsive, it can be flung great distances (day old sulcata poop), makes the best compost, and as I have found, has other useful purposes.
As of yesterday, Frankie poop is big.
A bunch of last week poops were set in a place where rain is washing out all of Frankie's grass. Again, Frankie poop is useful: while decaying and providing lots of good compost, poop is holding back rain water. Ha! Useful Frankie sulcata poop.
Bringing me back to the third topic of mushrooms. Yes, I am fascinated by mushrooms and have been for years. Okay, I'll confess, when I was young I dated a guy who took me to a Grateful Dead concert and talked me into eating a magic mushrooms and I came to an understanding why people like Grateful Dead music and I danced in the aisles but so did all the other mushroom dropping concert goers and that is my only experience with magical mushrooms (and the Grateful Dead).
That is not why I think mushrooms are cool. They are cool because they seem to appear from no where, they come in all kinds of strange forms and shapes, and because they are cool. While on my wanderings in the wooded area looking for turtles I find lots of interesting mushrooms. I take pictures of mushrooms when there are no turtles to be found.
Mushrooms are now even cooler because they now make appearances on Frankie poop. Yep, Frankie poop occasionally produces mushrooms.
The first time mushrooms appeared it was just a freak thing, "Cooool!" The second time was like "Wow, man!" Now its like, "Ooooo, far out! They're back."
I already checked. None of them are psychedelic. Magic mushrooms don't show up on turtle poop.
(These are not the shroons you are looking for.)
|Pile of poop and white mushrooms.|
|Bit of compost poop and some brown mushrooms.|
I Promise. They are not the Psilocybe magical mushrooms. They are Frankie's Magical Mushrooms!