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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
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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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