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Spooky garden visitors

It’s not even Halloween month yet, and we’ve had a few spooky garden visitors…or should I say, spooky residents? Exhibit A: a coral snake in the swimming pool. I heard my husband’s startled reaction as he reached into the skimmer yesterday afternoon and found himself hand-to-face with the highly venomous serpent. Coral snake! he shouted, and I ran to get my camera. Little Coral was equally startled and shot across the pool, proving herself an accomplished swimmer.
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