Tar Hollow State Park, located in southern Ohio, is home to many small creatures including numerous amphibians and even a few reptiles, including the rare and endangered timber rattlesnake. While I wasn’t lucky enough to spot a rattlesnake, there were a few ring-necked snakes and more salamanders than I could count.
This is fertile salamander habitat with numerous salamanders found on the forest floor and around the streams. Young salamanders, about the length of my thumbnail, can be seen swimming along the edges of the streams as well.
wedding expenses are looming. i’m gonna
try to ramp up my snail-making to offset some costs, so i’d really
appreciate any feedback on what sorts of things people might be
interested in. i can make snails in quite literally any color and put
them on anything, i take custom orders and i love weird requests.
sea snails? snails on rings? snail earrings? snails on hairclips?
these are some of my plans, but if anyone has an opinion or would like
me to definitely pursue something over another, tell me! i appreciate
i know snails are not everybody’s thing, but if you
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that should tell you what i’m currently up to as far as ideas :D
In the town square, a ring of snails arrived on the fountain, following each other in an endless loop, like children playing chase in a field. Except in this instance, the field was a fountain and all the children were snails. Children are not usually snails.