There are two types of leopard tortoise living here, the South African type and the type referred to a Babcockii. I'll refer to them here as the SA leopards and the leopards. The SA leopards have an old shed that was here on the property when I moved here. I added rigid foam to the inside and covered that with plywood, then I took off the old wood siding on the front of the shed, added rigid foam and plywood. I still have to take off the old siding from the side of the shed, but that's a project for another day. The side of the shed where the larger SA leopards exit and enter: You can see their waterer in the foreground. It's a big scoop taken out of the earth then lined with Redi-Mix. Looking off north, you can see their pasture, with their "summer house" in the northeast corner: The shed is divided because I have three juvenile SA leopards that share, but they come out the front to a different yard: After I sold the Aldabran tortoises I sanitized their yard and shed and moved the leopards(Babcockii, remember?) over to that yard. The system here only allows me to upload 10 pictures, so I'll continue the discussion in a new post.