I was not in the mood to wrangle a snake this morning.
The stitches are still in my hand. The site has become infected, one of the many downsides to being immune compromised. So instead of removing them yesterday, the doctor wrote me a script for an antibiotic and strict instructions to be vigilant about it worsening.
Bearhands is away for the weekend, so the girls and I had a slow start to the morning and were doing some chores. I was disbelieving when they said there were no eggs, so I went to look for myself and discovered the reason!
A couple of the fellows who work for us are always willing to relocate a snake for us, but the girls and I on our pat malone today, so it was my wrangle whether I liked it or not.
You may remember the last snake video the Big Sister recorded - I couldn't get the fertiliser bag to stay open long enough to get the snake inside.
The Big Sister videoed me catching a Carpet Python near the chook house this morning.
After reviewing my technique, I won't be giving up my day job!
Posted by Cooker and a Looker on Thursday, September 17, 2015
I wasn't in the mood for a similar incident, so after cursing myself for not buying a proper snake bag, I decided to DIY one with a coat hanger, a pillow case and some clothes pegs. Ladies and gentlemen I present to you the make-your own-snake-bag (patent pending).
They say that necessity is the mother of invention, well friends, here's how to make your own snake bag! ?
Posted by Cooker and a Looker on Friday, May 5, 2017
The antibiotics seem to be working, our visitor has moved on, I just found a box of Belgian chocolate pralines that I forgot to give Dad for Easter and I imagine a patent attorney is about to knock on the door with my first make-your-own-snake-bag royalty cheque - Saturday is looking up.
how's your Saturday looking?
what's the last thing you invented?