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Old 05-18-2010, 07:39 PM   #29
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Been in the Davenport area for about two weeks now. Nice and warm @ about 90 degrees.

Lot's of Love Bugs and Dragon Flies but haven't seen anything else yet.

Naturally, the weather back home is nice and warm now!!

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Oh yeah, the love bugs are out. We drove from Vero Beach back to the west coast on Saturday, stopped in Lake Wales and washed off the front of the car. When we got to the car wash here in Ruskin the guy said "Wow, I did not know you could kill that many bugs with a smart car!"

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We pulled into a rest area and noticed some birds flying around the front of the motorhome.They were picking bugs off the front.
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I am a native of Florida and have lived here most of my life. Now that I am old and fat, I really can't take it outside too long in the summer. We normally leave for 3 months in the summer to avoid the heat. Bugs and be easily dealt with, but out door heat coupled with 95% humidity can be a killer.

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