My Sulcata, Dudley, weighs 110lbs and lives outside year round. He has access to a heated, insulated shed. Thankfully, he has never offered to dig a burrow. I guess he feels his needs are met with his shed: The average winter temperatures here in Central California are 50F or so days and 32F or so nights, with the occasional dip down into the 20's. Dudley goes out even when there's frost on the ground. When he gets cold, he goes back into the shed. Here's his water: It's the lid off a garbage toter. I got Dudley as a rescue when he was about 35lbs. He already had the pyramiding. We have since learned that hatchling leopards and Sulcatas need to be raised in warm humid conditions to mimic the monsoon season where they come from. Feel free to post your sulcata pictures and enclosures here in this thread. I'd love to see the tortoise part of this forum get going again.