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Ok, so I am on and looking at MLS and quickly hear this pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop....then nothing.
So I get a flashlight and go check, figuring the A/C is craping out on us just after IKE hit us. Oh yeah that is just what we need
more heat and no A/C.
Walked out and found this little purty thing on top of the unit! Enjoy. Toad






DOA! No mouth to mouth........
 

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You should have given it MTM. It might have been eternally every gratefull to you. Much like the Guy who took the thorn out of the Lions paw.
 

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Ok, the snake is toast, but did the A/C survive?
 
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A/C blades looked ok but this is the 2nd time it has happened. Last one had snake guts every where.
Toad
 
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when it gets a little colder we sometimes find snakes lubricating the electric waterpumps.
the wire-screen for windows normally helps.
 

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One Snake said "You aint got the guts to climb up in there"

The Other said "Yea I do, Watch this"

Then his last words were. "See they are all over the place"
 

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Excuse my northern ignorance but what kind of snake is that anyway? I think I'm glad I only have raccoons to worry about.

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Sorry to tell you but I don't know. You can usually tell by the head but the blades made that mush. People are moving and building my way and I am seeing more deer and other animals move my direction.
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Posted By Ole Toad Frog on 10/24/2008 12:37 PM
Sorry to tell you but I don't know. You can usually tell by the head but the blades made that mush. People are moving and building my way and I am seeing more deer and other animals move my direction.
Toad


I put water out for the animals. Its a round trough about 10 inches deep and little over a foot accross. You should see what comes by for a drink.

I sit very still on my back porch and watch God's zoo pass by. Of course I thank him for the entertainment during vespers.
 

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If there's a pit (indentation) between the nose and the eye, then it's a poisonous snake...that's about all I know of them!
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If there's a pit (indentation) between the nose and the eye, then it's a poisonous snake...
you shouldn't bet on that. there are some poisonous snakes without pit.
 

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Posted By Ray Dunakin on 10/24/2008 8:08 PM
From the markings, I'd say it's probably a baby cornsnake.




That's an N scale Texas rattlesnake.
 
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