At the beginning of December, I took my little family on a week-long RV trip. This was our first time RVing and we went from Atlanta to The Gulf of Mississippi, New Orleans, Galveston, TX, San Antonio, and then back. When we stopped at an RV park near Galveston we met a HUUUUGE Sulcata Tortoise! He was about 3 times the size of the 18-year-old Sulcata I take care of at the nature preserve! He had to be at least 200lbs, if not bigger! He had a smallish enclosure (for his size) right in the middle of a mini-golf course! Apparently, he also had a mate that was in the burrow. I was speaking with the groundskeeper and he was telling me that they laid eggs and had baby Sulcatas not too long ago. Then, at our next stop in San Antonio, we met a couple at the RV park that had also encountered tortoises at several other RV parks. I wanted to post a picture of this huge old guy and to ask anyone if they knew anything about how all these tortoises ended up at these various RV parks in the US. Maybe you have heard stories or encountered a few on your own adventures?