Yes it did.
Hair on my neck certainly didn't stand up, but I did get kinda excited about the Copperhead photo.Did you have a snake encounter?
Yep. About 20 years ago I fished the Chattahoochee near Helen and I put my hand on a fallen log to brace myself while wading. Part of the log suddenly moved and I realized I had just placed my hand about 3" from a large copperhead. Fortunately it did not strike but I about shit myself.
Kinda gives ya the willies, doesn't it Mr. P?My brother sent that to me Jay. He was doing some trail maintenance on Lookout Mtn. here in GA with some other folks and they found that dude. I've come across a couple of timber rattlers over the years, but no copperheads. I figured you would appreciate it!Duuuuude, that's a close one Brent. Glad you didn't get bit. Those copperheads are impossible to see. I wonder how many I've stepped over in the past twenty years. I try not to think about it.
I enjoy snakes but copperheads demand respect, probably more than any other North American snake species, native that is. Always had a chance to come upon them and alligators wading where we should not have been long ago at Ft. Benning.Gregg
Yup I agree Gregg. They sure have my respect.
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