|GOOD-- Rat snake|
|VERY NO BUENO--Timber rattler|
Did you read the last blurb about how it "adapts well to captivity if treated" well? This book on Alabama snakes was written by a herpetologist from Auburn. I worked for him for years, when entering his houses, my first order of business was to always check all the terrariums to make sure all venomous snakes were where they should be.
|Another Timber rattler|
Our fun runs have become far more stressful. Every day I have to psyche myself up for battle before going running. I have no choice...
The demon spawn demands it, otherwise, kiss your seat belts, gear shifters, couch, books, antiques goodbye.
In warfare, when you feel at a disadvantage, don't back down, change your tactics.Or ammo in this case.
Lookie lookie here what I found: rat shot for my .38 special. Now I won't have to get within strike range with my snubnose revolver. Now I won't have to carry rocks around either.
General Smith also theorized that she needed a lighter weight shotgun to tote around while at work. Her 12 ga. being somewhat bulky and too expensive to take out in the rain.
I bought Dax his birthday present early (yes, the little turd will be 1 year old in two weeks).
An inexpensive .410, perfect for squirrel hunting this Fall.
Let the games begin. We'll make a decent hunting dog out of him yet!