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Hello my friend Merlin
Hello Handsome, I love hearing from you. Thank you for responding.
Black Flies? Never heard of them. So I googled "Black Flies" and hunderds of sites came up about the state of Maine and how the problem is so severe there. Wow. I had no idea.. We of course have the evening mosquitoes that bite and leave little whelps and itch, but go away after an hour or so. But with Mom being allergic and experiencing unplesent reactions is not good at all. I did not finish research on black flies, but am curious is it a problem all year, or is it just seasonal during certain months?
I'll try to get the pictures uploaded today.
How is Moms garden coming along?
If Ever, you have the opportunity to visit Virginia, you have a place to stay and visit, your family too. And of course some fun time on the water aboard our 50 foot motor yacht (no sails)..
Left a vote 4 u my handsome prince...
Have a great day.
♥ Delilah ♥
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