Snake Charmer

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Snake Charmer

Postby cmccammon » Sun Feb 16, 2003 10:21 am

Some guys will play with anything - snakes were never on my list of pets.


The sign in the background reads, "...snake will bite..." No @#%$ Sherlock.
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Re: Snake Charmer

Postby Niner Alpha » Sun Feb 16, 2003 5:28 pm

Now that's an unusual photo from Vietnam! You are probably the only guy with a photo from a snake handling exhibition. Brings to mind Mike Kirby's story on the Alpha forum.

I do remember one guy who picked up a snake that seemed about three times larger than the one in your picture while working off of the Tango boads. Needless to say he got plenty of elbow room on the boat ride back to Ben Luc. Wonder what he did with it afterwards?
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Re: Snake Charmer

Postby cmccammon » Mon Jan 19, 2004 11:45 pm

Robert found this article about Joe "Doc" Robinson's snake - although the article says Can Giuoc - I believe all of my pictures were taken in Ben Luc.
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