The Zen of Unsure Things
Where picnic baskets go to die...
All snakes must be on a leash.
Best potty stop on 395!!!
I may have spent the night there.
Great photo, Petrea!I think that must to have a "not allowed" sign to snakes too.Will I have a picnic there? No way!Just funny the comment of Andy.
A serious complaint, or observation, or something. I've been up the local trails (e.g. Echo Mountain) several times and come across two mutually incompatible critters: small rattlesnakes dozing right beside the trail, and rambunctious dogs either off leash or on a long leash. 'Nuff said.
Probably more effective than 'Please Keep Off the Grass'
Some people here brag about eating rattlesnake.(Not me! I'm just a teensy bit ophiophobic). Perhaps they (the snake-eaters) would find this a Choice picnic area. Sans dogs, of course.
So many good comments today, and I've been gone all day. Yes, dogs and rattlesnakes are a bad mix. Dogs find the rattling noise interesting. Rattlesnakes do not find dogs interesting. Therefore, all snakes must be on a leash.
Kelly and I startled a rattlesnake on Sunday! Scared me and Kelly didn't notice it...AND she came when I called her!!! There's a rattler vaccine... I've been thinking about getting it for Kelly...
Snakes should always be wary of picnickers.
(Laughing loud). Looks like a perfect vacation area.
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