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9/17/12

You Know They're Big When - - -

YOU CAN SEE THE LIGHTS IN THEIR EYES!




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  1. But, Grandma, what big fangs you have!

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  2. Yikes! I would not sleep as easy after that. Outside or not.

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  3. What kind is that??? ewwwww..... Very cool header!

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    1. I'm just glad he didn't charge. He would have had me.

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    2. A new movie: One Fly vs. Wolfspider. LOL

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    3. An epic battle of the strong and the intimidated.

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  4. You have even bigger ones in Minnysota that's for sure and don't know what kind will try to find out.

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  5. I believe this is a Wolf Spider. Teresa: you would just love Eight Legged Freaks. :)

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    1. So now I have to worry about Sasquatch showing up AND big spiders? Thanks! :)

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  6. YIIIIIIIICCCKKKKKKKKKSSS! I hope it doesn't go IN TO you HOUSE!!!!!

    Linda
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    1. There are soooooo many spiders around you would not believe.

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  7. Oh My God!!!! Those are just too damned big!

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  8. Dang, marmots do like to pose, don't they? I have photos of a marmot posing for me in Yosemite a few years back...

    Oh wait, that's a spider, not a marmot. Oops! Eeek!

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  9. In the desert SW there is a smaller spider that has a bit of fluffy red fur on it that is said to deliver the most painful bite imaginable.

    I think they're here as well. Ive seen a half a dozen in the year I've been here full time. Never close to the house and that's real good.

    I can't emphasize enough just how many there are.

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  10. It needs to be said too that when I first noticed this there were two other sets of eyes for a second as well in the same 8-10 square foot area. I hope the ones that didn't get seen were NOT the granddaddy of them all.

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