As we went through the east gate all eyes were searching out the dead belly up rattlesnake we killed yesterday. Go heavy on the WE after all I am the one who spotted it. No snake in sight. Whoops did we just think it was dead? John says there is an old saying if you leave a rattlesnake belly up and when you come back it is right side up it will rain in three days. Boy! Do we need that rain. Looking around we spotted another snake across the lane stretched out with it's head in the tall grass. We thought for sure it was the dead snake's mate. As we jumped from the truck John grabbed his trusty metal pole. On closer inspection it was the same snake. Something had drug it and ate a little piece out of it. Probably not a wild hog, there wouldn't have been anything left. Had to be something large enough to drag the fat snake but something that could get filled up fast sooo we left the snake there for some animal's late night buffet tonight.