Garden visitor

August 3, 2007 at 1:38 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 6 Comments

gardenvisitore.jpgI know they are good for the garden, but shouldn’t they carry little warning signs when they are in your yard?

                          

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  1. You don’t have to worry about me hanging around anymore! 😉

  2. That’s fake, right? A blow up yard squirrel and bunny “scarecrow”?

    OM GOSH!!!! It’s got to be fake. Tell me it’s fake…my feet are off the floor…

    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH!

    Please do not EVER let my babies go outside again. EVER. EVER. EVER. Let them become pale and develop rickets. 😉

  3. It is real, but friendly! It let me walk around taking photos of it as it just tried to get away from me. The kids wanted me to “Steve Irwin it Mommy!” I told them I was not a professional and that I would let the snake mosey away on its own. Now if it had been a cotten mouth or copper head, I might very well just have to sell my house without ever stepping foot back there again!

  4. A snake is a snake is a snake….uninvited makes it an unfriendly snake…anything uninvited makes it an INTRUDER. Intruders are not cool.

    Rickets can be prevented by full spectrum lights, right? And growing vertical walls of plants would probably require those which would most likely prevent rickets anyway.

    Problem solved.

    OR

    Move to Wisconsin. We have squeaky cheese.

  5. Oh no Oh no!!!! I am with Shana on this one. I have terrible memories as a child of a snake between me and the front door (mom at the door telling me to stay away). I can still see the look on my mom’s face and remember wanting to get to her for safety but couldn’t because of the snake. No fun!!

  6. Squeaky cheese……fried cheese….fresh cheese….Wisconsin…..
    Alice, I have had the same kind of encounter, including being chased on 3 different occasions by water moccasins, stepping barefoot on a copperhead (I think I shocked it so much it didn’t bite me) and having a snake curled up by our main door with a parent on the other side. Snakes scary! This one, seemed friendly enough. I will go out now and remind all the snakes to stay out of the yard so you all can come visit!


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