Wow. Nothing to mess around with - glad you got it safely out of the garage.
On Mon, Mar 9, 2020 at 10:25 PM Wayne Shumaker <om3ti@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Here in Arizona, spring is announced by finding snakes in the path.
> Today, while working in the garage, I almost stepped on this rattlesnake.
> Since my snake charming didn't get it to leave I had to resort to a method
> similar to lizard catching - used when my cats bring a live lizards into
> the house. Old shirt rag on top, then bucket, then sliding a board
> I hope it (he/she?) decides my garage is not the best place to camp again.
> I didn't get a photo, but it was weird that several birds came around,
> landing on the board and in the buckhorn cholla cactus, right next to the
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