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Re: Snakes in the barnyard

Postby randallc » Fri May 25, 2012 5:41 am

Bill, the "wetting her plants" was not missed, it was just over ridden by snakes! It was a funny ending with the play on words. I thought it was another good one chalked up to Barnyard!
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Re: Snakes in the barnyard

Postby John *.?-!.* cub owner » Fri May 25, 2012 7:45 am

I don't like snakes either, but very seldom kill one other than the poisonous variety. Joann on the other hand is scared to death of them, so I try to keep them away. I had some decide to nest under my front landing one time, but a hand full of moth balls thrown down the hole and they left and never came back. Unfortunately a Momma to be skunk decided a couple years later the same place would be an ideal den and nursery. Would have preferred the snakes. LOL.
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Re: Snakes in the barnyard

Postby danovercash » Fri May 25, 2012 7:50 am

I missed it on the first pass, but Grumpy's comment made me LOL!
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Re: Snakes in the barnyard

Postby cantonzouave » Sat May 26, 2012 9:03 pm

We have always lived by the montra "The Only good snake is a dead snake" Having copperheads, rattlers, and the like where my parents grew up in SE Ohio and WV and from when I was a kid and we had our farm. Not many survived. I even remember my Uncle having a section of rattles from a Snake he had killed when he was young that had at least 10 segments. Nope...cant handle the serpent.
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