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November 05, 2010

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AngryRedhead

Maybe he got into a fight with another snake?

Ulla

What a lovely blog of yours...
Have a nice weekend...
ullabella

Sweetbay

I wonder what happened to him... Black snakes sometimes curl up in the walls and corners of our hay shelter. They look fake but they're not!

Helen

The snake is beautifule but I'm really glad we dont have many here in the UK as I really really dont like snakes - I find them quite creepy!

Joy

Kathleen that must have been hilarious seeing you jump ! .. hey, i would have too as well as screamed most likely !
I have not seen a snake here as of yet .. but there are some large worms ?? LOL ..
Poor thing .. I wonder what happened to him .. you did the right thing by him though .. he was appreciated by a gardener ?
Joy : )

Kala

I love how you got the yardstick out and measured him!

Pam/Digging

I saw a snake remarkably like that one in my garden too the other day, sunning itself on a gravel path. I did a double-take, thinking I was seeing something else, a branch on the ground maybe, before my brain processed that it was a snake. Like you, I thought it was pretty cool and crept back to run for my camera. But when I returned it was gone.

Catherine

I would've jumped too! We don't see snakes around here now, although I grew up just blocks from where I live now and we always found snakes when I was a kid. I remember my sister and I would catch them to see them up close.

Racquel

Ooh yuck! I would of freaked even if it was already dead.

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