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Old 11-23-2012, 11:10 PM   #1
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Pollen in Fla. was horrible last winter

DW has allergies, last winter central Florida was horrible. Heavy yellow tree pollen for 3 or 4 week...cough cough sneeze sneeze. How is the pollen in the SW?
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You have pollen in the fall in southern AZ. Most of the winter you are ok, but come spring it will start again. I have alleges, and COPD. I found it a lot easier to breath in AZ. If you want to stay in FL, you have to move as close as possible to the east coast. Staying inland is just asking for allergy trouble.
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SW isn't as bad as central Fl. You need to stay near the coast to get the good breeze that helps keep it away.
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