Walking On Turtles, A Tutorial - click to enlarge

Walking On Turtles, A Tutorial

Ladies and gentlemen, the answer we have all waited for… how do they do it.

Our thanks to several locals who generously volunteered their time to provide us with  ‘A Visual Tutorial Of Walking On Turtles’.

Boy’s and girl’s please do not try this at home.

Walking On Turtles, A Tutorial - click to enlarge
Walking On Turtles, A Tutorial – click to enlarge

The first step is to find an old wooden ramp covered in cannon ball sized turtles.

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Walking On Turtles, A Tutorial – click to enlarge

Once the location is discovered the slow, use your whole body technique is best. A simple step and hug method keeps the original turtle in place.

Walking On Turtles, A Tutorial - click to enlarge
Walking On Turtles, A Tutorial – click to enlarge

Next gently lift you left foot up and onto the turtle head. Again a slow forward motion. A 3 minute rest between turtle hops is standard procedure.

Repeat steps 2 and 3 as needed until complete control of the prime resting spot is attained.

Click, or double tap, any image below to view gallery and a step by step best practices method.

At the end of the journey any comfortable position should be available.

Walking On Turtles, A Tutorial - click to enlarge
Walking On Turtles, A Tutorial – click to enlarge
Walking On Turtles, A Tutorial - click to enlarge
Walking On Turtles, A Tutorial – click to enlarge

No turtles were eaten during the creation of this tutorial.

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