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Old 05-10-2018, 09:06 AM   #15
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Hi to all!
I am all new to Florida, moved last fall down to here (Lehigh Acres) from Wisconsin.
I bought a house with a lot large enough to park my motorhome in the back!

I am not a snow bird, but a permanent resident of southwest Florida.
So you are a frog then! Snowbirds come for the winter and frogs come to croak.
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So you are a frog then! Snowbirds come for the winter and frogs come to croak.

And then there are the 'halfbacks', the ones that move to Florida from somewhere north of the Mason-Dixon line, don't like Florida and move half (way) back to North Carolina.
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So you are a frog then! Snowbirds come for the winter and frogs come to croak.

Too funny, I had never heard that one before!
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The wife and I really had a problem with our allergies this year. in the sunshine State. Anyone else?

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Too funny, I had never heard that one before!
I have never heard of this either!
I'd rather would call myself a songbird moving up north for the summer!
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The wife and I really had a problem with our allergies this year. in the sunshine State. Anyone else?

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No problem for me. I have actually way less problems with pain and discomfort that I had up north.
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The wife and I really had a problem with our allergies this year. in the sunshine State. Anyone else?

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Florida gets pollen in the springtime like anywhere else. Sometimes worse than others. It affects me differently each year. Sometimes its a lot of sneezing and/or a runny nose, but this year it seems to be mostly irritated and watery eyes. I find that using eye drops with an antihistamine like Zaditor works really well for all the symptoms. Much faster than pills.
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