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Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: ticks/was Re: Hot Springs Campout Sep 23-25, 2005

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  • Rick
    I hiked the whole of 2005, nearly 5 weeks and 500 miles without ever seeing a tick on me or anyone I hiked with. Now, bashing through a field is a really good
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 26, 2005
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      I hiked the whole of 2005, nearly 5 weeks and 500 miles without ever
      seeing a tick on me or anyone I hiked with. Now, bashing through a
      field is a really good way to get a tick!

      Rick

      Rosaleen Sullivan wrote:

      > Rick-
      >
      > Like you, I'd expect to be exempt from ticks after the cold weather
      > sets in. Believe it or not, we pulled a tick off of our cat in
      > JANUARY in Massachusetts one year. We had a brief warm spell and
      > Ka-POW!
      >
      > Rosaleen
      >
      >
      > From: Rick <ra1@...<mailto:ra1@...>>
      > Subject: Re: Hot Springs Campout Sep 23-25, 2005
      >
      > I have a talk to give in mid October. My next section north is the
      > south of PA. Maybe late October or early Nov. Hey! at least the ticks
      > will be gone! Last time I went rummaging around in PA, my wife came
      > down with Lyme's Disease for 6 months. I'm sure that I will get closed
      > down from heading further north a lot earlier in these northern parts of
      > the trail than I was further south.
      >
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    • Rosaleen Sullivan
      Rick- Like you, I d expect to be exempt from ticks after the cold weather sets in. Believe it or not, we pulled a tick off of our cat in JANUARY in
      Message 2 of 2 , Sep 26, 2005
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        Rick-

        Like you, I'd expect to be exempt from ticks after the cold weather sets in. Believe it or not, we pulled a tick off of our cat in JANUARY in Massachusetts one year. We had a brief warm spell and Ka-POW!

        Rosaleen


        From: Rick <ra1@...<mailto:ra1@...>>
        Subject: Re: Hot Springs Campout Sep 23-25, 2005

        I have a talk to give in mid October. My next section north is the
        south of PA. Maybe late October or early Nov. Hey! at least the ticks
        will be gone! Last time I went rummaging around in PA, my wife came
        down with Lyme's Disease for 6 months. I'm sure that I will get closed
        down from heading further north a lot earlier in these northern parts of
        the trail than I was further south.



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