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Old 08-13-2009, 06:33 PM   #11
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I catch spiders all the time, I use an old large batman soda cup I got from Tragic Molehill, Big cup, heavy plastic straw, lid that snaps on tight. All you need is a something similar, Something about the size of a sheet of paper but more rigid, and a herding stick. Although the paper sized sheet will work for the herding stick also.

Put the cup in font of the spider and use the stick to prod it to move into the cup. Or, Place the cup over the spider, then lifting the cup just enough to get the paper under it, slowly push the paper under the cup till you can lift it and the cup up to walk outside. Just don't kill in the cup, the poisons are toxic to humans as well, and I'm sure you wouldn't want to keep it close by if you did. I always have a reaction anytime anyone sprays ants in my house.
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Old 08-14-2009, 01:00 AM   #12
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timbuki will be trying to claim for a aracniphobia type mental relapsing permenant dissability that can only be tamed by barley,hops,and underground type vegetation intake
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Old 08-18-2009, 01:09 PM   #13
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timbuki will be trying to claim for a aracniphobia type mental relapsing permenant dissability that can only be tamed by barley,hops,and underground type vegetation intake
From what I understand, that BC-BUD could make you see really big spiders
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Old 08-20-2009, 02:41 AM   #14
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ok so its been 3 weeks since i was bit and today i went to the doc. puss still comes out the pusshole but not so bad my finger is swolllen but it lookd like the butcher was maskin sausage and didnt get enough meat in the sock. im told yer finger is healin insidenout.Im noticin its VERYgtender and is painful these days and stiff.doc says rebuild muscles-2 more weeks off.5 weeks for the spyder,boysWOW! never heard of a browm recluse till now!timbuk
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Old 08-21-2009, 05:11 PM   #15
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well today i was told by the union hall that syncrude,the oil giant where i was working is trying to denie my compo claim.This is not good news at all.There will be a fight......
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yep smitty its all part of LIVING THE DREAM! I still got a outhouse full of emptys though.Last night the power went out so i plugged the genny into the bus and practised livin in it! timbuk
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well today i got released by the doc to go back to work!I have a hunk of scar tissue left on my finger but it feels pretty good and i can move it well.So it looks like im going back to camp to work for a couple of months .Ill need to get a laptop this time so I can get on skoolie to stay in touch.It was interesting to hear about all those spidey stories out there,and people that were not aware must be now after this post.The dam things are everywhere now!So I get a week off then I go after labor day.Still waiting for compensation reply,though.Thanks for all the support from you guys.Ill drink beer,play with my bus and go for some boat rides before I leave.Timbuk
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http://[img]http://www.skoolie.net/a....jpg[/img]pic of the fingy today check the scar tissue35 days old
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Wow that was quite the story Timbuk. I guess I have to start paying better attention to what kind of spiders my kids play with, cause if they see a spider the go and investigate and play with it. And if those spiders are in Fort Mac then they'll sure be here too. (Northern BC, Chetwynd)
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