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Alex's keep in her castle :)

Even with the new basking light adjusted up, that hunk of jadeite just holds heat. Added the cover to keep her safe. It's still a safe temp, but it can spike when the house is warmer.



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The bark is old Douglas fir (Repti-bark is made from it) It's a great surface, but even old pieces will release a little old sap if it gets hot enough, like a basking spot. A good baking on low solves it.

Had to stop for a bit due to weather / allow more soft wood to appear, but currently dismantling a couple stumps for another project. Going to have pieces large enough to cover a corner or side wall :)


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