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Mystiqueshapes Women's Silicone Lace Top Thigh-High Stockings


Mystiqueshapes Women’s Silicone Lace Top Thigh-High Stockings





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Kloud City Sexy Leg Harness Garter Belts 3 Straps Elastic Punk Rivet Stud Leg Ring


Kloud City Sexy Leg Harness Garter Belts 3 Straps Elastic Punk Rivet Stud Leg Ring


Made for PU Leather, Length can adjust from 14.5 to 15.5 inches , fit for most woman Suit for show or personality street shoot It is good choice as gift to family or friend 、lover High quality metal parts , you don’t worry about it falling down. Comfortable and lightweight to wear, used as a fashion accessory with shorts 、dress…


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A Lifetime Nature Walk


A Lifetime Nature Walk


This book is a collection of essays and anecdotes about 19 animals, 18 birds, 15 fish, 10 reptiles, 31 insects, 39 plants, 17 trees, and 6 other subjects encountered in nature by the author, mostly in the region from West Virginia to Vermont. Hopefully, it lends personality to these subjects and leaves the reader with a sense of the changing view of our natural world during the 20th century. It is not encyclopedic, being limited to things the author has had experience with. On the other hand, it contains many off-beat details not to be found in other references. Among stone-age peoples, one of the important duties the hunter had to fulfill when he returned home was to tell the other members of his tribe where he had been, what he had seen, and what he had done. That is what the author attempts to do in this book. For instance, he tells of: Dealings with raccoons, both tame and wild. How to rescue a skunk from a storm drain. Home-made animal traps. What constitutes a successful backwoods fox hunt. How kingfishers and sparrow hawks mourn their dead. Why bluebirds are scarce. Why a killdeer will tease a dog. Where to find bluegills in the Ohio River or smelt in the Niagara River. A box turtle’s prediction of dry weather and rain. Living where copperheads live. Playing with garter snakes. How to find a bee tree. The very different lives and habits of hornets, brown wasps, and mud dauber wasps. Sleeping with bedbugs. The psychological warfare of the deer fly. When to look for snow fleas. How to recognize chamomile by its aroma. The scarcity of ginseng. Trouble with jack-in-the-pulpit. Using jimson weed to kill flys. The forms and effects of poison ivy.


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Beary Hat Knitting Pattern


Beary Hat Knitting Pattern


Garter Stitch Bonnet with EarsGarter stitch hat with cute floppy ears and icord edging. Knit in superwash sock yarn, the hat is squishy and stretchy, and the bonnet shape makes for fun knitting! If you would like to make the hat in a solid color it takes just one skein of yarn. LevelIntermediate- knit, purl, increase, decrease, provisional cast on, and I-cord edging. SizeBaby (child, adult)- 15 (18, 20) in [37.5 (45, 50)cm] around headYarnSpud & Chloe Fine Sock (80% superwash wool, 20% silk, 248yds/227m per 65g skein) 1 skein each of colors 7803 (brown), and 7809 (purple), plus a small amount of 7802 (orange)Materials-Size US3 (3.25mm) circular needle or size to get gauge-Tapestry needle-4 Stitch MarkersGauge6 stitches & 6 rows in garter stitch = 1 inch [2.5cm]


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Brown Garter
Brown Garter

Chris brown garter toss




good house snakes for beginners?

I'm not sure if I want to buy a green, brown, or Garter Snake. This is my first time. They must be small and easy to maintain. help!

So, if you are looking for a beginner snake … I would recommend either a python or a snake corn. both are very easy to maintain. all you need is a heat lamp / pad, water dish, hide and substrate (wood chips to the bottom). you feed them once a week on the same day. you do not need any special care after the mist tank once or twice a day. ball pythons get quite large … 4-5 feet and get very thick … and corn snakes get approximately the same size, but stay thin. these will eb the beginner snake that I could recommend. I have two and they are impressive animals. both are very docile and have never been bitten by one. Hope this helps:)