I got home from work, and I saw the Heating in addition to A/C service van kneeling in my driveway.
When I got out of the car, the service van was running, but there was no a single inside.
I hadn’t called the Heating in addition to A/C dealer, and even if I had, why was the service running and empty? I was almost afraid to go to the house, because what if the Heating in addition to A/C service van was a ruse and someone was inside my house? I went to the neighbor’s home and asked if the Heating in addition to A/C serviceman was there? She said she wasn’t expecting an Heating in addition to A/C serviceman, and I pointed out the window. She also thought it was unusual and told me to stay there. Her partner would be home shortly, and he could check it out. About half an hour later, the Heating in addition to A/C service was still in my driveway, and my neighbor’s partner was home. I told him what was going on, and he headed to the service van. He pulled the door open, but there was no a single inside. He was distraught there may be something wrong with the Heating in addition to A/C serviceman, even though he was AWOL. He went around to the backyard, and there he was lying on the ground. When he got closer, he saw something on the Heating in addition to A/C serviceman’s chest. He could not know it when he saw a rattlesnake quietly lying there just looking at the Heating in addition to A/C serviceman. He grabbed a rake and swept the snake up and threw it into the field. The Heating in addition to A/C serviceman was terrified. He realized he was at the wrong home when he got into the backyard. He turned and almost stepped on the snake, then stumbled and fell. He had been there, with the snake on his chest, for almost an hour.