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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-05-2013, 11:41 AM Thread Starter
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Snakes?

I'm man enough to admit that I'm ascared of snakes,really hate them! 3 well 2 left in the yard this morning while cutting the lawn, what the he#@ is going on? Haven't seen 1 in a couple years now 2 1/2 in 1 morning?
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-07-2013, 04:19 AM
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i just had a bunch of frogs everywhere,hundred of baby frogs so maybe u can send snakes over here,my dog likes to play with them but apparently he"s to ruff.
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Maybe your dog would like to come over and play with the bunny's that are eating my hostas, and as long as he's on a roll he can have the chipmunks that are digging holes in the retaining walls, I think your dog and I are going to be good friends!
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both dogs love to dig so there always trying to get the snakes and moles
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my terrier killed a black snake 3 wks ago, 2 wks ago wife found a brown snake 2.5 feet long in the tack room, hit a baby black and red striped one with the mower yesterday argh

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I hit A FEW GRASS SNAKES AND OTHER DAY GOT A FACE FULL OF DOG POOP WITH THE TRIMMER ,I HATE THAT
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yeah its hard to keep your mouth shut while wacking those weeds, funniest thing Ive seen, a black cricket jumped to get out of the way but went the wrong way, hovered over the spinning string for a second or two then was split down the middle. sureal
Do you use the shield or remove it and just let the string spin unprotected?

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I use the shield
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round up! no trimming required!
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wife picked me up some mixable round up and a 5 gallon backpack, hand pump sprayer (bless her heart right?) still have way to many posts and such. That and the standing water. better off wackin em.
No new snakes, but killed a cockaroach the size of my thumb last night. probibly wont be the last. Bastards!

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