Wednesday, September 7, 2016


The wet summer keeps on giving.  I spend my time outdoors walking through various forestry projects when I'm not driving or typing, and the mosquito crop this year is remarkable.  We have tiny ones you don't hear or feel, normal sized ones that hurt, and really big ones that grab your attention.  No matter the temperature you wear long sleeves and cover up with lots of deet and Buggins.  You can cool off on the way back to the office, so you tolerate the heat.  I hear Zika on the news, but strangely, nobody is talking about West Nile Virus this year.  It has to be out there yet, and I don't want it, so I wrap up and spray.

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