Wheelie bins and their many uses.
Our first uninvited guest arrived here at Containa Pack a few days ago.It was a warm sunny day and who knows what had enticed the poor chap into our garden, normally the birds go wild and very loudly warn us of a snake. On this particular day not a chirp, I think they were taken by surprise as much as we were. In fact I could hardly get the word “snake” out as I watched him creep through the fence. We jumped into action Rene’ wielding our trusty office broom cum snake catcher while I shouted for the staff. Snakey then run into a drain pipe and there was no way we were going to leave him there. So we had the hose in the one side and then started to poke around with a very long stick until he emerged belly up looking very dead.Rene’ balanced him on the end of the rake and dumped him into a wheelie bin.He lay in there for a long time looking very dead and probably about an hour and a half later decided to come alive and goodness was he cross.Soo, we changed the plans for a burial and decided on a snake release in the veldt nearby. Within seconds of being tipped out the wheelie bin he was gone and totally invisible.