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Re: rattlesnakes

I know what you mean, we live in such a mild climate in the Pacific NW.  When we went on our trip last year, since we were camping, we would ask the campground folks if we needed to be aware of any poisonous creatures, the places we went seemed to be some of those mentioned that are dangerous critter free.  I do recall the Guide at Mammoth Caves looking for snakes and that was about the only place.  We don't even have ticks here (no roaches either)!  


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