If you really want to know....

......the rumors are true.....I do maintain a large collection of boa constrictors at my house. So what do you call it when you have a lot of snakes.....a flock? a herd? a bevy?....lets just call it a bunch. It depends on the time of year, but during the baby birthing season I keep well over 100 boas at my home. If you want to see them all, you can visit my other web site:

All Boas


This is my main adventure gear hauler: a 1998 Chevy Silverado Z71. This is an old photo in front of my old house. She's not quite as shiny anymore.

This is my Centurion Pro Tour 21 speed bicycle. I still love this bike but she was retired in 2000 after traveling nearly 21,000 miles of asphalt. Still looks good and would still be dependable.

Here she is all loaded up at the end of a long trek in August 1992. I did a 500 mile self-contained bike tour from Topton, NC (think Tennessee) to Cary. Much of the route took place in the Blue Ridge Mountains. She carried me, the tent, the sleeping bag, the clothes, the food, the tools, etc... with only one blow-out....going down a mountain...oh, but that's a long story.

My current bike: a Cannondale T2000 touring bike. An exquisite machine. Check it out - a genuine leather saddle. Don't see those much these days. And fenders even. Don't have to worry about me breaking any speed records. If you're out early on the weekends in southern Wake County you might see me roll by. Don't honk.

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