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Old 05-19-2013, 02:31 AM
rbljack rbljack is offline
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yep...here in west texas we have our share of rattlers around. You have to keep an eye out for them. A few tips.....if your mowing early in the day, watch for them sunning themselves on a warm spot like a rock, or patio, or sunny area of dirt that doesn't have grass growing. They are slow in the morning, but at the temps come up, they get more active. If your doing landscaping or any work around wood piles, or rock walls, etc....beware of the shadows. I don't take extra precautions for them in the residential areas, but do try to NOT get too complacent either.
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