Re: "Bug barricade", how about "Snake Barricade?"

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says...

Yeah, I understand that. I'd not want any venemous _anything_ around my house either.
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says...

if it's a double door, there's probably an expansion crack in the middle that they came in through. we had pack rats come in that way.
regards, charlie cave creek, az
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I understand Lake Havasu, AR, is having a year for rattlers so they might be interested in the barrier. My sister who moved there from western NY several years ago has been trying with some success to grow some green stuff in the back yard. After spending the day working closely with it she had a visit from the neighbor on one side who said she found a 2' long rattler while she was doing the laundry in the garage. She also said the neighbor on the other side found a 5' rattler in his back yard (which sounds suspiciously large and was probably an exaggeration). But they are right on the edge of the desert at the outskirts of town. She has a road runner that follows her when she walks and occasionally a coyote.
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Does the coyote buy a lot of Acme merchandise? -- Ernie
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That's where I meant. We don't have that style of rattler here so 5' is very large for us. I guess occasionally some of our eastern diamond backs get that large but I don't think I've ever run across them. Just the occasional timber rattler and very few of those. And I'm used to exaggeration among people who find snakes, especially when they find them where they figure they don't belong. Although since they built their house on the snake's habitat I kind of wonder why they are surprised by that.
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The one's who are surprised are usually the ones who moved *from* the city. Those who ain't are the ones who moved *to* the country.
OTOH, I moved *from* the country and am often surprised at many of these city critters. The 2 legged kind that is.
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snipped-for-privacy@att.net says...

Thanks, that was hilarious. [I'm afraid I was a bit more lethal than a BBQ fork-- If it slithers into the house (garage is attached), it's not ever coming back]
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snipped-for-privacy@aol.com (Doug Turner) wrote in message

Maybe I shouldn't ask this but just what did the monkeys do with the ducks they stole?
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They ate the ducks.
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