See & Saw. Hee & Haw. Ohhh & Ahhh. This blog is an ever-growing collection of curios, oddities, and astonishing visual treats. Honest.
My buddy Scott is arachnophobic.I suspect that the picture alone would be enough to put him into a coma.
I'm sure that you have heard that "things are bigger in Texas". Well........there you go....:-D
Hi Lady! Maybe the giant web is for catching, some of the, 40 million bats?
Hey, Sawsee! That web isn't anywhere near the bat caves, but it may have snared 40 million mosquitos! Some local TV news reporters were there yesterday, and they reported that you could actually hear a loud humming sound coming from inside the web.
Lady! Now, that is creepy! This would make a great novel! Are you listening GB?
Yes, that is way too creepy.... i remember a long time ago, I was putting on my slippers, but I felt something in the toe, I thought it was fluff or kleenex or something, so i reached in..... grabbed it blindly, and pulled it out, only to see a BIG BLACK HAIRY WOLF SPIDER in my hand... but for only a nano-second, because as soon as my brain transmitted "SPIDER!" to my hand, I flung it across the room and jumped on the bed... I am less phobic now, but still don't like spiders!
Hi, Canine Ridge! I must admit that spiders aren't on my "rescue" list either...
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