red belled black

Subject: red belled black
From: William Compston <>
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2005 10:17:52 +1100
On Wednesday we went walking in the Tinderrys--great spot.  Along Robert's
Creek Firetrail we saw a most beautiful, 2 m long, red bellied black snake,
slithering across the path ahead of us.

Have others noticed that the ants are very busy at the moment?  I wa bitten
by jumping ants.  Fortunately I do not have an allergic reaction to their
sting, but, boy, do they hurt!! and they bite through socks and trousers.


Elizabeth Compston
8 Wells Gardens
Griffith, ACT 2603

02 6295 3028

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