I have been enjoying your forums for a while, but just joined today. I have been very hesitant to join and post, as I know many may not approve of my profession. My husband and I have owned, and operated, our pet store for 28 years now, and contrary to popular opinion, we absolutely love all the animals in our care and give them the best care we possibly can, which is what brought me to your forum in the first place. I found you while doing research for a new addition that will soon be arriving at our store. There is a gentleman in our area that can no longer keep his Sulcata Tortoise and we have agreed to take him. We do not carry Sulcatas in our store, as they get too large for most people to maintain them in their homes, and we have some brutal winters here which prevents them from being kept outside. We do not plan on selling him, but we think we can provide a good home for him in our store and I want to make sure we provide the best for him. We have an area in the store we plan on sectioning off for him that is about 10X12 feet, and we hope to let him out for periods of time to roam the store for exercise (under supervision of course). I'm looking for advice on the construction of his enclosure and hide. I don't know how old he is, but he is probably about 12-15", and he has some fairly significant pyramiding. Most of the info I see about pyramiding and humidity is directed towards hatchlings and young tortoises, what about one this size? Any advice you may have regarding his enclosure or care would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.