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Re: Re: critters

I don't know... had a hatchling Prairie King Snake on our driveway a  
few days ago. Gorgeous critter. I didn't let him slither into our  
garage (which he really wanted to do when he saw me), but encouraged  
him toward the yard. Maybe when he/she gets bigger, the chipmunk  
population will go down.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Jun 21, 2007, at 9:55 AM, Jesse Bell wrote:

> Thanks.  I'm such a sucker for critters.  I love them all.  (except  
> snakes and spiders, but they aren't really critters)

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