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RE: copperhead got the Anne Boleyn treatment


YO! You be careful out there.... and where are your boots! :)

Donna

> 
> Well, I just killed a small copperhead tonight.  Usually see one every
> 3 or 4 years and it's been that long.   Over by the burn barrel coming
> toward me.  So I got the shovel and took care of that problem.
> Agressive little buggers, even after it got chopped it was still
> trying to bite.  One of the downsides of gardening in flip-flops.
> Thank goodness Sugar wasn't back there.  So that was the excitement
> here tonight.  I warned John too since he's mowing here tomorrow.
> 
> --
> Pam Evans
> Kemp TX
> zone 8A

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