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    Re: Sally, lavender SD retic

    First off, gorgeous snake! Iím not into the large large breeds but I appreciate them none the less. Retics especially. They just look smart. Those eyes make you realize that there is not just some simple reptile brain behind them. That girl can think! And sheís a looker

    Second off, gorgeous pics of what Iím assuming is your back yard.

    While I donít ever see myself getting a retic I will gladly appreciate other peopleís haha. It would be nice to meet one in person though. Keep up with the pics and updates!

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    Lew-e, Thanks. Yeah they are defiantly a more intelligent species and you can see them calculating their next move. I'm glad mine are smaller, I doubt I would really enjoy working with or the risk involved with anything 10'+.

    Thanks, though technically it's my front yard. The taller uncut grass is a swampy area that feeds into my creek. It's a great place to finds frogs, turtles and other snakes.
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    Re: Sally, lavender SD retic

    Awesome front yard then!
    The wife and I plan on buying 10 or so acres in 5-7 years and building a home. Hoping to find some land with a creek. I did habitat restoration stuff while in college and love the thought of cleaning a creek up or adding a small prairie or wetland.

    I think anything over 10 feet would be a stretch for me


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