I'm still a little creeped out on finding that snake inside. I find myself turning on the light and checking the floor first before I get up. I didn't find any big holes and the best thing I could see was maybe it got in from under the shower and crawled along the water pipes. I stuffed some places with aluminum foil for a temporary quick fix. I'm going to use some spray foam and some sheet metal in a few places. I am still going to crawl under outside and look some more. A snake is the last thing I would of thought would be inside on the floor next to my bed. I hope that I never see that again. It could of just as easily been a rattle snake and I could of been bit. :E
I need some more velcro because I'm sleeping on the ceiling tonight. I just found a 3ft. long bull snake inside my motor home on the floor next to my bed. Talk about having a heart attack. I'm sort of used to seeing snakes outside once in a while but inside next to my bed, that's a different story.
I live in Eastern WA. and we have rattle snakes and bull snakes. Every Summer I find about 5 to 10 rattle snakes and I usually kill them with a hoe or something. The bull snakes I usually just leave them be. They keep the mice population down. The bull snakes are non-venomous and they just scare you to death. They can still bite you if you mess with them.
This one I found was hissing and snapping at me for dear life but I'm sorry, this is MY house not the snake house. Those things are hard to catch and hard to kill.
They look just like a rattle snake but are a little shiny and smoother and have a smaller head and no rattle. The rattle snakes have a bigger head and are a dull color but both snakes sort of have the same markings and look almost the same.
I don't understand how it got in but I guess I have to go through everything now to find that small hole someplace. I'm on a mission now.
I was wondering what that was crawling on me last night.
(no not really).:E