Here’s the close-up of the lizard (which I still have to identify). It was a cutie, with a fatter profile than I usually see on lizards and a pair of protruding scales over the eyes that looked like horns. It had quite a lot of attitude, too. Most lizards zip off when a human gets too close, but this one just looked at me. We saw others of the same species, and they all had that attitude.
For our next installment in the mystery series, here is a picture of…something yellow, floating in Pinecrest Lake. I’ll offer a hint: it has to do with sex.