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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Arizona Home Inspector Meets Big Swifty the Tortoise!

As a Home Inspector, I come across all kinds of pets in the homes that I inspect.  Some pets love me, some pets hate me, some want to eat me, others just follow me around and supervise.  In recent months, I've been inspecting more occupied homes, but for awhile there it was mostly vacant houses with no animal friends.  Over the years, I've had all types of animals follow me around during inspections.  Afterall, I'm in their territory so I don't mind.  But I never expected to be followed by a tortoise!

Big Swifty the Arizona Tortoise 

I don't know his real name, but I called this guy, "Big Swifty".  He totally followed me around the backyard as I inspected this house.  He'd start walking towards me and as soon as I moved, he'd turn and follow me.  Sorry if the picture's a little blurry, he was really bookin' for a tortoise!

Scott Hubbard of Homewerx Home Inspections in Phoenix, Arizona Written By: Scott Hubbard
Certified Home Inspector, ASHI® Member
Homewerx Home Inspections
Office: (480) 503-2611
Toll Free: 1-888-THE-WERX
Email me or Schedule a Home Inspection Online!

Posted by Scott Hubbard, Arizona Home Inspector on October 20, 2009 | Permalink

Comments

Thats awesome. Only in AZ I suppose. Maybe he was trying to intimidate you out of the back yard. He looks pretty serious in the pic

Posted by: iTourAz | Oct 26, 2009 8:46:36 PM

Were you moving fast or slow? LOL! Cute story.

Posted by: Leesburg VA Homes for Sale | Oct 31, 2009 6:09:20 PM

Is Big Swifty fast or are you slow. I dont see how a turtle can keep up with you.

Posted by: Arizona Home Inspector | Jan 4, 2011 12:09:48 PM

This made my day, coming across this funny blog post. Thanks for sharing.

Posted by: Jo Amick | Jul 20, 2011 5:10:26 PM

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Follow few basic trading rules and we are sure one can earn huge amount in the Indian stock market only by trading in NSE and BSE

Posted by: buzzingstreet | Oct 1, 2011 12:58:44 AM

Funny looking tortoise, you can tell she is hungry!

Posted by: Hellen | Jan 11, 2012 4:46:01 AM

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