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Old 01-24-2018, 04:41 PM   #2
Lou_tribal
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Hello all. Itís winter in upstate New York, which means Iím spending my days daydreaming about being a live aboard where the air outside doesnít hurt my face. One nice thing about living in the frozen north is that there arenít really any bugs. No mosquitoes, flies, noseeums, and thank god, no spiders.

Iím not okay with spiders. I can kinda deal with smaller ones, say less than the size of a quarter, but those big hairy ones are the stuff of nightmares for me. I turn into a white girl and Ďcanít even.í

For those of you cruising in warmer climes, like Florida, the gulf coast, and the Caribbean, how often do you encounter these many-legged spawns of Satan in the winter months? Do you ever get any big bastards on your boat?


Frozen North.. I hear you, oh yes I hear you!
During winter we do not have spiders obviously but in summer we have mosquitoes, flies, spiders and all sort of nice little bugs. But I am glad we have siders onboard, and if I could I would grow them as every evening they take out all these damned mosquitoes that found a way in!

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