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Multi tasking at it's best!!! O0

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Yesterday I took a work break and went to a park to look for a cache.  I got to the location and saw someone else in the distance that was near where I thought that the cache should be.  The guy was about the same build as TFP and he had a yellow Lab dog that looked like Breeze.  The dog started coming towards me at the parking lot and I thought that it was Breeze, so I was talking to the dog and calling it Breeze.  As it turned out, it was not TFP or Breeze.  The dog was friendly like most labs though.  The owner started calling the dog back to get it on its leash.  I don't think that the guy was a cacher though or he would have noticed my GPS and probably said something to me and it also turned out that I was in the wrong location for the cache that I was looking for.  However, I was close to a real cache. 

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No pictures today but maybe you would like to watch?  :)

What was Breeze doing to Raine's head at about 17 seconds into the clip? :2funny:

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No pictures today but maybe you would like to watch?  :)

What was Breeze doing to Raine's head at about 17 seconds into the clip? :2funny:

Establishing dominance.  :D

Breeze is a punk!!

Trust me Raine is the rat. He steals her toys, her food, attention, etc...

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I did like the nice head fake Raine gives Breeze during the second retrieval.  Breeze just grabbed a big pawful of air!

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Our 4-legged friends in our yard decided that it was time again to lay eggs again.

Yes our female tortoise has layed 15 eggs that we have pulled from the ground and put in the incubator. O0 O0

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Our 4-legged friends in our yard decided that it was time again to lay eggs again.

Yes our female tortoise has layed 15 eggs that we have pulled from the ground and put in the incubator. O0 O0

Cool!

This is from the Houston Arboretum last Sunday morning.

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This guy didn't have any legs...but it was cool to watch him climb. T.Skammer spotted him as we were walking down the trail.

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There were several very active southern water snakes in the swamp.

The frogs were there too but man they have some serious camo. Very tough to spot.

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EEEEWWWW!  I did not need that!  Since I just started caching in Nov. this is the first "snake season" I have cached in. It wasn't bad enough that I am constantly scanning the ground for snake (instead of caches!) now I have to watch the trees too????

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EEEEWWWW!  I did not need that!  Since I just started caching in Nov. this is the first "snake season" I have cached in. It wasn't bad enough that I am constantly scanning the ground for snake (instead of caches!) now I have to watch the trees too????

You just have to worry about when they fall out of the trees...possibly on you...  >:D:2funny:

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EEEEWWWW!  I did not need that!  Since I just started caching in Nov. this is the first "snake season" I have cached in. It wasn't bad enough that I am constantly scanning the ground for snake (instead of caches!) now I have to watch the trees too????

You just have to worry about when they fall out of the trees...possibly on you...  >:D:2funny:

Dude, that's cold.......FUNNY, but cold....  :):D

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They really don't fall do they??? I mean I have seen them "jump" on people.

EEEEWWWW!  I did not need that!  Since I just started caching in Nov. this is the first "snake season" I have cached in. It wasn't bad enough that I am constantly scanning the ground for snake (instead of caches!) now I have to watch the trees too????

You just have to worry about when they fall out of the trees...possibly on you...  >:D:2funny:

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They really don't fall do they??? I mean I have seen them "jump" on people.

EEEEWWWW!  I did not need that!  Since I just started caching in Nov. this is the first "snake season" I have cached in. It wasn't bad enough that I am constantly scanning the ground for snake (instead of caches!) now I have to watch the trees too????

You just have to worry about when they fall out of the trees...possibly on you...  >:D:2funny:

Isn't there the infamous Panamanian Flying Snake that they've seen more and more around Houston?  Something about getting on ships coming through the canal and ending up in the Port of Houston....  ???  Aren't there reports of them being seen as far north as Dallas?

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They really don't fall do they??? I mean I have seen them "jump" on people.

EEEEWWWW!  I did not need that!  Since I just started caching in Nov. this is the first "snake season" I have cached in. It wasn't bad enough that I am constantly scanning the ground for snake (instead of caches!) now I have to watch the trees too????

You just have to worry about when they fall out of the trees...possibly on you...  >:D:2funny:

Isn't there the infamous Panamanian Flying Snake that they've seen more and more around Houston?  Something about getting on ships coming through the canal and ending up in the Port of Houston....  ???  Aren't there reports of them being seen as far north as Dallas?

Great! Snakes at work.. :o

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This guy didn't have any legs...but it was cool to watch him climb. T.Skammer spotted him as we were walking down the trail.

OMG, That's the same snake that I saw at a cache!  I told Tim that it was 26 feet long and it had to be a Rattle Snake because it sure had me Rattled!  I'm glad you got a picture of it because once I saw it I was in the van and not getting out until we got to the next cache.

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The snake we saw went from a 4 foot King Snake to a 10 foot Rattler within 30 seconds. Now I see it has grown to a 26 foot long Rattler...

By the time the Milestones event happens, that snake will be 29 feet. Snakes grow fast!

This guy didn't have any legs...but it was cool to watch him climb. T.Skammer spotted him as we were walking down the trail.

OMG, That's the same snake that I saw at a cache!  I told Tim that it was 26 feet long and it had to be a Rattle Snake because it sure had me Rattled!  I'm glad you got a picture of it because once I saw it I was in the van and not getting out until we got to the next cache.

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The snake we saw went from a 4 foot King Snake to a 10 foot Rattler within 30 seconds. Now I see it has grown to a 26 foot long Rattler...

By the time the Milestones event happens, that snake will be 29 feet. Snakes grow fast!

This guy didn't have any legs...but it was cool to watch him climb. T.Skammer spotted him as we were walking down the trail.

OMG, That's the same snake that I saw at a cache!  I told Tim that it was 26 feet long and it had to be a Rattle Snake because it sure had me Rattled!  I'm glad you got a picture of it because once I saw it I was in the van and not getting out until we got to the next cache.

Hey, it's Texas and everythings big in Texas!

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They really don't fall do they??? I mean I have seen them "jump" on people.

EEEEWWWW!  I did not need that!  Since I just started caching in Nov. this is the first "snake season" I have cached in. It wasn't bad enough that I am constantly scanning the ground for snake (instead of caches!) now I have to watch the trees too????

You just have to worry about when they fall out of the trees...possibly on you...  >:D:2funny:

Isn't there the infamous Panamanian Flying Snake that they've seen more and more around Houston?  Something about getting on ships coming through the canal and ending up in the Port of Houston....  ???   Aren't there reports of them being seen as far north as Dallas?

Great! Snakes at work.. :o

:police:  We've got some beachfront property for you to buy in Arizona, too.  ;)

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No pictures today but maybe you would like to watch?  :)

Watching that video makes me ask this question:

How Frisbee's do you have to replace every week?

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No pictures today but maybe you would like to watch?  :)

Watching that video makes me ask this question:

How Frisbee's do you have to replace every week?

That's a Kong Frisbee. A bit tough to throw straight but it's quite durable. The Frisbee is also a "special" toy as is the Wubba. So they only get to play with them during special occasions.

In the house is a plentiful supply of Kong chew toys/bones that they have free will on.

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