Hahahah - cracking up again, watching the vid. There's a part where one of your - sorry, is it oberhasli? - gets all jiggy and goes oblique on top of the platform before jumping off and running into the shelter. I don't know if I could even get any work done, as these guys would have me spellbound for hours....!
Blue - no, haven't checked your thread in awhile, will do that. I've one "tomme cave" with 3 of the 4 wheels in there doing really well, very nice coat of mold that is falling back and changing color nicely, with linens starting to come on. But the 4th, first time I put a tomme in my cave without any drying post-brine. Add to that, it's a far moister make than I usually do, wanted to experiment with a very moist pate. Blue is in several places, but in very tiny little specks. I always used to go bananas at this, and treat the wheels, but have to say, Oude Kaas has been an inspiration. I've seen some wheels in his NY cave(s) that were really wild looking, and the finished cheese looked like it came out beautifully well....so I'm leaving all of these alone and seeing what happens with competitive flora and cascading.
Will check out your thread now...thanks for the heads up!