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Karen Kissiah | Cheraw ChronicleSnakes alive! One vendor at the Patrick Pinestraw Festival sold something often found in the pine straw, snakes. The snakes were preserved and presented on pieces of natural wood. Walking sticks, some with the handle designed to look like a snake, were also for sale. See the full story, and more photographs of the Patrick Pinestraw Festival on page 1B.
Karen Kissiah | Cheraw ChronicleSnakes alive! One vendor at the Patrick Pinestraw Festival sold something often found in the pine straw, snakes. The snakes were preserved and presented on pieces of natural wood. Walking sticks, some with the handle designed to look like a snake, were also for sale. See the full story, and more photographs of the Patrick Pinestraw Festival on page 1B.
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Snakes alive! One vendor at the Patrick Pinestraw Festival sold something often found in the pine straw, snakes. The snakes were preserved and presented on pieces of natural wood. Walking sticks, some with the handle designed to look like a snake, were also for sale. See the full story, and more photographs of the Patrick Pinestraw Festival on page 1B.

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