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Life in The Holler: One family won't receive full Holler hospitality

Click on headline for Life in The Holler with two (2) (Scaredy-cat Warning. Warning. Warning!!!) snake photos containing three (3) Heather Evans-judged non venomous snakes. - CM

By Shamarie Claiborne

Just a bit more on those snake pictures from The Holler.

On the way home Wednesday we saw three snakes ... if this keeps up I will have to petition the Adair County Fiscal Court to change the name from "Old Clear Springs Road." to "Snake Springs Road."

If you look closely in the waterfalls photo there are two snakes enjoying the cool spring feed water in the creek. I figure there is a family that has moved in under that there ledge...

Glad to learn from Heather Evans that she doesn't think they are copperheads.

But, Just for the record ... I don't think I will be taking a pie and introducing myself anytime soon. - Shamarie Claiborne



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Life in the Holler: Road need a name change?



2013-07-24 - The Holler, Old Clearspring Roads, Ozark, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District photo. Well on the way home today we saw three snakes ... if this keeps up I will have to petition the court to change the name from "Old Clear Springs Road." to" Snake Springs Road." - Shamarie Claiborne Paired photo: See also Life in The Holler: Snakes in Waterfalls
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Life in The Holler: Snakes in Waterfalls



2013-07-26 - The Holler, Old Clearspring Roads, Ozark, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne. And that's not all of it: Shamarie said the one in the paired photo is a third. It's markings are a little like a copperhead's, but Heather Evans points out that copperheads, venomous snakes, have vertical, cat-like pupils, and these little fellas have round eyes. Paired photo. See also:Life in the Holler: Road need a name change?
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