- On Tue, 04 Feb 2003 19:19:05 -0000 Kass McGann ... Cedar. I love to cook with cedar. Barely smokes while you reMessage 1 of 45 , Feb 4, 2003View SourceOn Tue, 04 Feb 2003 19:19:05 -0000 "Kass McGann
> At the Bachman Tavern (the 18thc house where we volunteer) thisCedar. I love to cook with cedar. Barely smokes while you're cooking,
> autumn, the other volunteers were complaining how their clothes and
> hair smelled of wood smoke when they went home. Me, I just love
> opening my historical closet and breathing in the smell of
but everything smells like a dream afterward. While I wash up all my
clothes, I always leave at least one apron smoky to get me through till
the "season" starts again. My daughter keeps a teddy bear that goes with
her so she gets HER hit that way. Too funny....
LuAnn who wants to go PLAY already, darn it!
- ... my ... dad ... That s not a bad idea... Ragweed season starts about two weeks later here in Eastern PA. The first time I went to Pennsic, I didn t knowMessage 45 of 45 , Feb 5, 2003View Source
> And Pennsic happens during the ragweed season. When I was a kid,my
> family went to the seashore just to get away from the ragweed; mydad
> was horribly allergic to the stuff.That's not a bad idea...
Ragweed season starts about two weeks later here in Eastern PA. The
first time I went to Pennsic, I didn't know this and I was miserable
for four days because I didn't think to bring meds with me.
The second time I went, it was that hideously hot summer when we had
almost no rain. The ragweed died before it had a change to get