Friday, November 17, 2017
It's not that I'm squeamish, precisely, but who wants to try to identify a snake once it is hanging from your big toe by it's tiny lil teeth?
As in this previous post about our house snakes
I am not sure what kind of fellow this is. That is a standard size heat register, and normally hidden by quarter round trim sized gap for scale. My assumption was it was a young snake, but I could certainly be wrong on that score. So, if anyone's
guesser is charged up, feel free to share your thoughts. I still have the link to Kansas snakes by type and appearance but, like before, it doesn't seem to help me much.
Maybe next time I run into him, I'll get a better picture. Yes, I expect to see him again. Apparently normal people would have interrupted their schedule long enough to show the visitor to the door.
Apparently I am not normal. All I know is he was missing when I came back in, and I have taken to wearing my indoor boots inside :).