Slippery customer - note the multiple wraps around the beam...

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Bits-n-Pieces on January 10, 2010

yikes! so how the heck long is this?

Nick Weall on January 10, 2010

How often do these lengthy things drop in?? I think I might move out......

not1word on January 11, 2010

That's all just one? Sheesh. He'd make a good pair of boots, and maybe a wallet, too!

whoelius on January 16, 2010

Heh. I had a pool cue whose butt half was made of one of these. But I left it at the pool hall and it got lost. :(

Sue Allen on January 16, 2010

Never saw it stretched out, Bitsy, it sneaked away in the dead of night! Must have been 6 feet though, don't you reckon?

Believe me, Nick, if this was in my actual house, then I would move out as well, but he's only under the verandah and once his meal went down, he took his leave... (can't say I minded him going, either, as they do make me jump and scream a little. :)

Yuck, not1word, I don't even want to think about it. I saw some shoes made from canetoad skin in the newspaper or somewhere the other day, and that made me shudder, I can tell you. Gross!

Peter, greetings to you from Australia and thanks for dropping in!

whoelius, you must have been a terrible shot if you were playing with the butt end of one of these guys! Ha, you do say the funniest things! How would it be stiff enough? Just from rigormortis? ( I have no idea about the spelling of that word - not one I use often....)

Very best wishes to all you snake- visiting people, I really appreciate you having a look at these latest photos!

Sue

K.Herr on February 8, 2010

Your snake series is great! (And your storys as well :-))

Sue Allen on April 19, 2010

Klaus, you know I can never resist a waffle, can I? Thank you for your cheery comment!

I'm off to get some sleep now, having thoroughly enjoyed doing a bit of catching up on Panoramio. Hope you have a very good day tomorrow, Klaus, so for now, goodnight!

Best wishes,

sue

diannemcd on April 20, 2010

I just think.....how could she get so close.....

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  • Uploaded on January 10, 2010
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    by Sue Allen
    • Camera: Traveler DC-X5
    • Taken on 2010/01/09 16:46:27
    • Exposure: 0.008s (1/125)
    • Focal Length: 6.40mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.200
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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