Gra Nomad Wanderings

Sunday, August 16, 2009


His job is to keep vermin at bay. It looks like he's helped himself to a blue-feathered friend.
Here you can see the bird in his stomach is making it a bit tricky getting up into the gutter.

I don't think he can get into his usual cubby holes. Hey, we didn't even know he lived here!

So, what sort of snake is he? Besides long and not very hungry at the moment.

Here he was trying to get under a tile without very much success.

My mouse is decidely nervous about our new resident. He wants to sleep in our bedroom tonight.



At 8:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a beauty! It looks like a non venomous diamond python. If it runs out of food up there it will move on. How long is it?

At 10:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is that where you sent your son in law to work on the roof? Do you have a WIRES mob down there? They collect things. Also National parks and wildlife. Is that why you are going to New Zealand? alapalalalalaalalal

At 7:48 AM, Blogger Peta said...

looks like a diamond python to me dad, shouldn't hurt mum when she gets up to finish the painting... maybe...

At 5:41 PM, Blogger Keasty said...

Definitely long enough. Difficult to estimate his length.
Yes, diamond python I think... unless he's a carpet snake. Yes ACK, good reason to sneak off to NZ. Guess who had to do the 2nd coat on the fascia?


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