Monthly Archives: May 2011

Eastern Hognose snake

Ryan Travis caught this snake for me late last week and soon it will reside in the Nature Center at Fountain Rock Park.

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Great Memorial Day Weekend –

Went snake hunting with Ryan Travis, picked up an incubator from Phil Patton, set up a new cage for my Ackie Monitors, repainted the boys Red Ryder Wagon, checked out the new Chipotle with the family (Garrett loves it), took … Continue reading

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New cage for my Ackies –

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Incubator

Phil is letting me use his incubator for the next 3 1/2 years since he is moving to Germany. I got it yesterday and set it up. Wow – better than any store-bought styrofoam incubator I’ve ever had. See the … Continue reading

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Cooper – Bath time last Friday night

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Dappled Willow – May 26, 2011

Planted a Dappled Willow last night where the ‘little tikes’ gym/swing/slide was in my back yard. Posting the pic so I can look back in a few months to check its growth.

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Starbucks…? Buh-By…

It’s already too expensive. I like the product but at $9/ bag + 17% = $10.53. Forget it. I am going to get hooked on someone else’s coffee. Maxwell House I am coming back. http://www.foxbusiness.com/industries/2011/05/25/starbucks-hike-packaged-coffee-prices-17/?test=latestnews

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And so it continues…

Now it is Luke’s turn to peddle a bike. He got it after about 20 minutes. I’d really like to eliminate his training wheels by the end of this summer.

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Releasing toadlets

We scooped up the last 10 or so live tadpoles from about 10,000 that were dried up and dead in a pond that lost its water. These tadpoles were in a small hole and we had to get to them … Continue reading

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26 Leopard Gecko Eggs

They have only been dropping eggs for about a month and I have 26 eggs already. That should mean about 100 eggs this year by October or so? Think I will hold them all back, keep a couple of males, … Continue reading

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