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Old 04-27-2022, 05:11 AM   #21
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Old 04-27-2022, 05:29 AM   #22
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When we built our "big house" in Pineville, it backed up to 200 acres of swamp/pine trees with a bayou through the middle of it. We fenced the back yard to keep the wild hogs out and built an in-ground pool. The master bedroom had a door to the patio and DW and I would "sneak out at night to skinny dip in the pool". One night I slid into the water and something splashed and I felt a "big somthing" brush against my side. DW screamed and I walked across the top of the water to get out of the pool. Inside, put on some clothes and turned on the pool lights. There was a gator watching us watch him. That was the last "skinny dipping at night"....

Also, we learned the very first week the pool was operational to NEVER reach into the skimmer baskets without looking first !!!!! If I had a hat band or belt made from all those moccasin hides, I'd have more than all the western stores in Texas and Louisiana .....
LOLOL, you can have lost something Very dear to you John .......
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Old 04-27-2022, 09:18 AM   #23
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I also like the suggestion about catching them outside, but we’re in the woods, and there are a ton of squirrels and chipmunks…..i think id be all day emptying traps.
Are you on shore power? If so, the best deterrent is a string of LED lights on the perimeter of the underside of your trailer. They will avoid lit areas like the plague.
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