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  1. #1
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    Just A Warning .......

    For anyone who hasn't had the pleasure yet .... snakes are officially back out now.

    I met my first 2 nice ones today, a little one that I played with a while, & a Moccasin that I didn't.

    Be careful.

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    Yippes. I know they are out but so far have only saw one ran over in the roadway. I did a hiking series last Sunday and I sure sure I watched where I was putting my feet and not so much looking at the gps. I have also picked up my first tick so it is time for the spray.

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    yea snakes or bad news I have put PLEASE WATCH FOR SNAKES!! on my geocaches ///or something like that??

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    I G0T spider bite or bee sting over the weekend my finger was hurting now its red around the finger

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    I'm on the downhill side of poison ivy and pulled off three ticks already! Here comes the warm season!

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    Re: Just A Warning .......

    Quote Originally Posted by astrodav
    For anyone who hasn't had the pleasure yet .... snakes are officially back out now.

    I met my first 2 nice ones today, a little one that I played with a while, & a Moccasin that I didn't.

    Be careful.
    please read todays log on cache GCRRDO, I hate all kinds of asps and adders!

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    Yeah, he is a pretty nice one.

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    Ah what we suffer and endure to partake in our chosen sport!

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    Yeah I'm not so much for the snakes. Saw several this past weekend while geocaching, and I don't know that i"ll be doing too many more rural caches until fall or winter hit. lol. I just don't like snakes! *shivers*
    Mother to 2 dogs - Foxer, the chicken herder and Bo, the pug, 1 kitty chupacabra princess Daksi and Married to a wonderful man, Pizzaboy2600.

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    I keep telling people that geocaching is REALLY an inexpensive hobby but I forgot that I'm acccident prone. This year I have already been to the doctor three times. Twice for poison ivy and once for sacroiliac strain. I would venture that geocaching has cost me over $500.00 since January and that's not including gas and wear and tear on the car. So... Am I going to quit caching? When they pry my cold dead fingers off my GPS-then I'll be done lol!

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