WATCH OUT! THE LITTLE RATTLE SNAKES ARE JUST AS DANGEROUS AS THE BIG
ONES. But, they don't have the rattles for you to see and hear.
Lewis - K7LVO - Medford - Valley of the Rogue - OR
The Forty - 1940 Chevy Pickup - One Owner
Thursday, August 10, 2000, 2:53:52 PM, Leah wrote:
> Hi! My Gator is still alive! She fired today! This may be a "duh"
> thing, but our firing order was not right, so we fixed it, and that was
> that! Paul put the fuel line into a gal. of gas, but it kills in just a
> few seconds.
> Oh, and I thought I'd share, another snake was found crawling
> out of the upholstery of my bench seat. This one was little, so I
> picked it up, put it in a bucket, and looked at the markings, it
> appeared to be a little rattle snake, so I called the DNR. All of the
> markings were right, but this little creep didn't have the "button" on
> the end of it's tail. The guy thought it could be a fox snake. So, it
> was released. This makes four so far! Maybe Gator's name should be
> Boa, or Anaconda, Cobra, or something else creepy!:)
> Also, thanks to all for the most recent help on the "spark"
> project! My husband read the e-mails, went to the garage, and got a
> Leah Olsen
> '53 Chevy 3600
> Baldwin, Wi.
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
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