Monday, July 16, 2012
If you look around on my blog, you will find another article with the similar title. I just traded in my 2008 Scion xB for a 2012 Honda Accord.
To the right, you will see the Scion xB I just traded in on a new Honda Accord. I really have a hard time trying to decide which one I really like better, the Scion xB, or the Honda Accord.
"Pugsly," my Scion is for sale on the used car lot at Honda of Temecula, along with other good cars they have taken in trade. Be assured, they don't keep just any trade in for that lot. Most go to the auction. They only keep the cream of the crop for resale on their lots. She has just over 50K miles, and only under 6,000 miles on her in the past 16 months, too.
Here's my new car. They are both really good vehicles, with good reports on both.
If I had anything to do with who buys my Scion, I would make sure that "Pugsly" (the Scion) gets a good, loving home. It a vehicle with lots of get up and go, and it can easily pass anything that is trying to hog the road, or holding up traffic, too.
If you are interested in my sweet little Scion, go to Honda of Temecula, and ask for Brandon. He's the salesman who made my deal. Tell him you want to see "Puglsy the Scion." Honda of Temecula and also known as DCH Honda, and DCH Honda of Temecula, as well. They made a good deal for me, and I'm sure you will also get treated well by Brandon, too.
Posted by P K Hawk at 2:45 PM
Wednesday, July 4, 2012
|Rattle Snake Killed by This Writer Yesterday at the Home of a Friend|
|Paint Stud Horse|
Paint Racing Breed
I will be eating the meat, and nothing will go to waste. Such a pretty pattern, and the poor thing had nothing in it's stomach, either.
|Yellow Banded California King Snake|
Though many people confuse these
snakes with Rattlers, these snakes are
immune to the toxicity of Rattlesnake
venom. These snakes actually kill
and eat Rattlesnakes.
I previously wrote about a friend who also has killed two Rattlesnakes on her property already this Spring (several weeks ago).
|Southern Pacific Rattlesnake|
|Southwestern Pacific |
To enlarge these photos, click on one, and they will change into an album, with large, easier to see photos.
Following are photos of a few different colored King Snakes
|Head of a Speckled King Snake|
|Speckled King Snake|
|Black Banded King Snake|
This snake is often confused with the Coral snake, which is venomous.
Here, the red and black touch (Non-poisonous) ▲
|Coral Snake of United States ▲|
Here, notice the red and black are not touching (Poisonous)
Here's a little rhyme to help remember the difference between a coral snake and a king snake which is the same colors:
Red with black,
A friend of Jack.
Red with yellow
can kill a fella'
Posted by P K Hawk at 6:01 PM