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Old 10-09-2018, 08:33 PM
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OK - enough of that (it's also about the only BASIC I can remember).

I guess I should have come here first instead of jumping in with both feet over on the snake forums.

Hoping sometime soon to have my first snake (in all probability a corn snake). Learning what I can, and as usual for me - wanting to run before I can crawl and soak up as much information at possible - and getting overwhelmingly confused by it all.
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Old 11-09-2018, 08:56 AM
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Belated to the forum!!

Cornsnakes are a wonderful species and are both beautiful and hardy. It can seem overwhelming when you consider the amount of information available nowadays but just remember, we are all here to help if we can and if we can't we will most likely know someone who can.


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20 goto 10



OK - enough of that (it's also about the only BASIC I can remember).

I guess I should have come here first instead of jumping in with both feet over on the snake forums.

Hoping sometime soon to have my first snake (in all probability a corn snake). Learning what I can, and as usual for me - wanting to run before I can crawl and soak up as much information at possible - and getting overwhelmingly confused by it all.
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Old 11-09-2018, 11:09 AM
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Corn snakes are a wonderful starting point ... they are the 'gateway~ drug/snake' of course

I started with a lovely hatchling Corn snake and ended up with 24 snakes of varying species !


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Old 11-09-2018, 02:54 PM
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Corn snakes are a wonderful starting point ... they are the 'gateway~ drug/snake' of course

I started with a lovely hatchling Corn snake and ended up with 24 snakes of varying species !


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Oh, I'm more than aware that if/when it happens - it'll probably won't be the only snake in my future. But let's start small and see where it goes.
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