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Old 12-13-2014, 10:47 PM   #29
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Speaking of Tin Can Tourists, look at this gorgeous 1961 Holiday House:

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Hah! I see your Holiday House and I raise a Nomad and matching Shasta!
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Here in Central Texas chiggers use to be bad ,then we got the fire ants wala no chiggers and very few ticks. Thats the only good thing about those ants.
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PS if you do get into chiggers get clear finger nail polish put a dab on each bite ,it looks sort of weird but it will kill them.
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Hah! I see your Holiday House and I raise a Nomad and matching Shasta!

Very nice! We have a '68 F250 and a '65 Mustang I'd like to tow with some...except for the poor mileage and discomfort.


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As a Floridian I seem to be less affected by our bugs here than people who visit me. Oftentimes they complain about mosquitoes and I seldom feel them. Its either because I am used to them or its the garlic I eat... I know that Garlic works!
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As a Floridian I seem to be less affected by our bugs here than people who visit me. Oftentimes they complain about mosquitoes and I seldom feel them. Its either because I am used to them or its the garlic I eat... I know that Garlic works!

You're on to something John. I married a girl from Tangier Island, VA. I was from Michigan. When we'd visit the island; mosquitos ate me alive and hardly bothered her. We eventually moved back to MI, and the mosquitos ignored me and attacked her. We wondered if it was just our imagination until I found a magazine article in the doctors office that backed up our theory. Neither one of us were into garlic back then. Now we live in IL, and the mosquitos think we both taste delicious.

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