Thursday, January 07, 2016

Dear Fellow Campers

Dear fellow campers. 

I am so very sorry for that short loud startling scream heard around the campground early this morning. I apologize for interrupting your slumber or unintentionally causing you to slosh coffee down your shirt. Please excuse me. 

Glancing out my window early this morning, I see the usual umbilical cords that tether my motorhome to my current campsite. Water, electric, sewer. 

Except, um, hmm...

Something long and dark next to my sewer hose. Oh my gosh! No one wants to see "stuff" next to their sewer hose. A leak? 

Oh gawd no, please tell me there is nothing leaking from my sewer hose. I slid open my window to stick my head outside my wheel estate for a big sniff and a better look. 

Hmm...

Can't smell a thing indecorous. Well, thank goodness for small favors. 

But WHAT is that?



EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEK!!!


Is that snakes a mating?

SSSCREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEECH!!

And that was the scream heard round the campground this morning.

Please accept my sincere apologies for the startled shriek.

Life is goof.

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Earth's Largest Selection
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6 comments:

  1. You sure got an excellent photo of the snakes. You just have to wonder why they chose a location next to a sewer hose!

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  2. Snakes. Yuck. Sewer hose. Yuck. But yes, I do wonder too, why the sewer hose? Ugh.

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  3. Yikes! You had better move out in a few weeks before all the little baby snakes appear.

    Judy

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  4. At MY campsite, you would have heard the scream of a 12-year-old girl and then gunshots.

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