Fancy a swim ???

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  1. Netty

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    natalielongstaff <font color=deeppink>I need a cup of tea and a big

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    :scared1: oh imagine !!
     
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    That is a bit scary!
    I'm sure that they could have missed out the bit telling us that they would destroy the animal though, sad ending to an otherwise fun story really. :(
     
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    Shocking:scared1:
     
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    OMG!!!! imagine coming home to find a Gator in your pool!!!!
     
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    OMG!!! this reminded me that a couple of years ago whilst staying in a villa in Orlando, we came home in the afternoon, and the boys got ready for a swim whilst me, DH, Mum and Dad had a well earned cup of tea - the boys went out to the pool (no worries about them out there on their own they were about 14 & 11 at the time and both excellent swimmers) well youngest DS who is a drama queen came running in to telling us that there was a snake in the pool!!!:eek:, knowing him well we thought it was a worm and he was just exagerating so out we all went, let me just say that my mum can't even see a picture of a snake on tv without freaking big time. Sure enough there swimming around in the pool was a snake youngest and mum freaking big time. Dh and I caught it in the pool net and then let it go in the wooded area at the back of the villa - the whole time Mum and DS were jumping, shreeking the neighbours must have wondered what was going on - from then on we made a point of checking the pool before anyone got in just in case!!!
     
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