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Sunday, May 8, 2011

Whitetail Woods: Look before you Scratch

© 2011 Albert A Rasch and
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Folks, It is getting to be that time of year again. We will all be heading out... well Y'all will be heading out into the lovely meadows and deep woods to enjoy nature as it blooms into a new year.

My good friend Rick over at Whitetail Woods has a great post on ticks, deer ticks in particular, which carry Lyme Disease.

In his post,Look before you Scratch, Rick reminds of the dangers of Lyme disease, but has several ways to protect yourself and your loved ones from ticks, chiggers, mites and assorted and sundry biting nastys!

Take a moment and visit Rick, you won't be disappointed! (And it may save you a lot of suffering!)

Best Regards,
Albert “Afghanus” Rasch
The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles
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6 comments:

Bob said...

Thanks for the post, Albert. I've already had one tick encounter this spring so far, don't want any more.

Ian Nance said...

I collect them and keep them in my tick farm.

Albert A Rasch said...

Ian, I'm almost afraid to ask...Ummm, what's a tick farm?

Bob, so far I've been lucky and haven't met the insect denizens here!

Albert “Afghanus” Rasch
The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles™
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Ian Nance said...

It probably wouldn't interest you anyway...ant farms get all the glory

Johnny Storme said...

You're joking... right?

Storme
http://stbest.blogspot.com/

Michael Spinelli said...

Come to think of it, if memory serves correct, some people picked some up in Central Park, of all places!

Cheers,
Mike S
Outdoor Travels and Adventures!