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Re: An Open Letter to ...
« Reply #1330 on: March 08, 2020, 01:12:44 AM »
So you say  ::) lol

And FLY, the reptile thing isn't that noticeable in the city. Even when I was in the less-populated border region in the west, I never saw a snake. Now, if you're an outdoors person, and you like to camp n stuff, it's definitely dicey. I have a buddy that almost stepped on a Gila Monster. No bueno, sir.
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Re: An Open Letter to ...
« Reply #1331 on: April 23, 2020, 04:31:12 PM »
Too many snakes. I'll see one every so often in NJ, and we definitely have them, but it's mostly avoidable. Not sure I'd fare well in a climate that's more suitable to reptiles without living in more constant fear than normal.

I have to say it again, FLY is right,

Been out here 18 years now and I have seen exactly 2 rattlesnakes. One alive, one dead.
The snake thing is way overrated and yes I do get out and hike.

That being said - I agree about NOT having DST is a pain when trying to figure out time differences.
Hey, nice marmot!