Posted: Jan 16, 2017 8:45 pm
by OlivierK
tuco wrote:I guess you need something like this:

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just move it further ;)

:lol: I know where that house is, and I wouldn't think it's at any less spider risk than mine. ;)

90%+ of our spiders are daddy-long-legs, but there are enough larger spiders around here to squick out those who aren't used to them. In particular, huntsman spiders (which are pretty harmless) freak non-spider people out with their size. We don't get that many inside (they're very shy of people generally), but when they do they tend to stick around for a while (to the point where our kids give them names, usually Fred or Alice, unless they're missing a leg - those are always called Septimus).