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Well that makes sense. I hate that fluff from trees. It makes me sneeze and stuffy too. I want to stay indoors when I see it floating around. Good luck to you on homesteading!

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alley2 wrote:

How do you think you got the infection from cleaning the greenhouse?


Hi @alley2. I had a teensy smidge of hay fever from rabbitbrush and dust (I live in the west) before I decided to clean up in the greenhouse. (Which was really more changing shadecloth around due to the season change) One 60' long 10% shadecloth that drapes over the support beams under the upper vent acts as a cottonwood fluff catcher during the summer. While rolling that puppy up (being 10' in the air on a ladder: face pretty much right in the shadecloth), I managed to get few snouts full of fluff... and here I am. Smiley Happy 

 

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How do you think you got the infection from cleaning the greenhouse?

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Grateful for a warm house. Brrr: 14F this AM at 4.

 

 

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Grateful for a lovely leisurely breakfast.

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Grateful to be breathing unobstructed out of both nostrils today. Wow: with this much oxygen going to my brain I should be unstoppable today.

 

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Grateful for aspirin and homemade horehound cough syrup. Go away, sinus infection! Bleack. (what I get for cleaning out the greenhouse. Smiley Happy

 

 

 

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Grateful to be learning something new every day.

 

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kimjeffbill wrote:

Just beyond the houses across the street is a multi-acre 'wilderness park'.  Last week a doe (well grown) casually walked back and forth in my backyard.  She was beautiful.  I have seen spikes in the park, but none in my yard until now.  So very grateful to live where the deer play.  (Haven't yet seen a buffalo)


@kimjeffbill  Are there buffalo near you?  We actually have a few herds, though none are wild, of course. One is genetically pure, and under the tutelage of the local University. They expect (hope) to eventually be shipping out genetically pure bison to other areas. We routinely go visit these herds.

 

 

 

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Thank God I'm a country girl!  Smiley Happy

 

Grateful to be super jiggy wit all things country. Smiley Happy

 

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