"There are countless horrible things happening all over the world and horrible people prospering, but we must never allow them to disturb our equanimity or deflect us from our sacred duty to sabotage and annoy them whenever possible." -Auberon Waugh
OMG, just another day in Austrafornia.
We had a Tiger snake in the backyard. Luckily the local snake catcher is only 3 doors away. Diamond Pythons are regular visitors, 7 feet long, beautiful and harmless, one shed its skin on our garage. Nesting birds freak out though, they're a good snake alarm. Some sort of Hawk visited our yard yesterday, maybe a Black Kite.
The saying "everything is bigger in Texas" is true; even our spiders are big. Some are colorful. That poor man would, no doubt, have a stroke if he saw one of ours. Guess his name isn't Dundee.Unless a spider is poisonous to humans or animals, I leave them alone to keep other critters in check.
My neighbour the snake man, for you Deb:http://www.nevilleburns.net/
Well, I reckon it's good to have a snake man handy. The fact that you need one is a little ominous, though.
I'm about to start screaming at a mouse. He eats the cheese right off the trap then runs back into the wall. He jumps into my bird feeder and feasts there and oh yes, he's fat and well fed. So I'm putting the trap into the bird feeder so when he jumps in... BOOM! I've GOT HIM! HAHA! HAHAHAHAHA!!!Heh.
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