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  • #16
    Steve, I'm just up the road (I think) from you. On St Simons, Sea and Jekyll Islands they call them Palmetto Bugs also. On the mainland we call them Big F'ing Roaches. I like the weather here. Be around a lot of the US and this is and will be home from now on. I'm in Brunswick BTW and I gather you're In Jax. Feel free to email me. Maybe someday we can meet and have a cup of Joe and tell each other lies.

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    John B
    John B

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    • #17
      Roaches? Forget the roaches, down there is the warm areas they get those formosan termites, the ones that don't have to live in the ground.

      You know nothing about a problem until the piano falls into the basement!

      Thrud probly doesn't know what a termite is, up there. And those skeeters don't have time to grow up like the St Louis ones.

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      • #18
        John B: Ok on the coffee!!!!! And same goes for email to here. I am seldom so busy I have no time for a cup of coffee with ANY one!! Matter of fact, When on the road, I take a thermos of coffee to rest areas, and often wind up talking half the night (I listen mostly) to strangers.

        Back in 1950, when I was sleeping in snow, seldom got into a warm place even 145 minutes in a 24 hour day, weeks on end, I vowed "never again will I complain the weather being too hot" I have stuck to that vow, but I do admit to noticing it gets pretty warm. MY vow DID NOT include wet!!!! as matter of fact I think i hated the wet part of cold worse than the numb feet and hands. So I really want a warm, dry, climate- Texas, New Mex, Colo. Bull- I love the northern sates too until I get cold!!!.

        Some day, I am going to get me a schedule of when the fruits and vegetables are at peak taste, and spend a year just following good fresh eating!!!! Apples, apricots, to Zuchinni.

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