Oh boy the ol flexible spine problem… probably the only way you COULD ride a snake is belly-down, with less of a stiff saddle than a harness with grips. Maybe a hard seat to pivot on depending on the snake angle. Honestly the main issue here would be keeping your saddle from sliding down the snake’s body as it moved…
Having a flexible spine is also an issue with riding stuff like cats and dogs, where the only moderately stable point on their back is right above the shoulder blades. You’d essentially always have to sit jockey style, leaning towards the neck for support. Also no matter what you did, riding a cat at full tilt would be bumpy as shit, i recommend maybe strapping your legs to the saddle so your crotch doesn’t get pounded into oblivion.
And the real problem with riding any large predator: they’re ridiculously expensive to feed and spend most of their time sleeping as they digest meals. Also they might eat you.
5 things you’ll find in my bag:
-a picture of my gf
5 things you’ll find in my bedroom:
5 things I’ve always wanted to do in life:
-punch this one regular rude customer in the face
-go to one of those wolf sanctuaries
-get off this god forsaken island
-horse back riding
-hold a snake
5 things I’m currently into:
-The legend of Zelda
5 things on my to-do list:
-my girlfriend 😏
-play more zelda
5 things people may not know about me:
-I am a…very angry/ easily irritable person
-I’m so fucking awkward irl
-I had cancer
-I come off as quiet but really I can’t fucking shut up
-I am easily embarrassed over my mistakes and I beat myself up over it
The Entrance to the Temple of the Forbidden Eye by Eddison Esteban Via Flickr: I love the jungle feel and lush vegetation found in Adventureland. The grounds around Indiana Jones Adventure is no different with much greenery everywhere you look.