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It's Not in Afrrica anymore, it's here in our backyards

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I have been looking into this. My brother in law's mother was on vacation on Colorado, 4 days into the trip she fell ill, went to hospital and died 4 days later. She had just had a yearly check up before going and got a clean bill of health. They doctors were trying all sorts of thinga but never found what was causing her to problems. Its been about 3 weeks now and the family is still waiting on the autopsy.

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Sorry to hear that Adam. That is awful.


We need to make sure of our personal health and wear proper insect repellent.


My wife makes up an oil that we use. I will try and get the ingredients and post it here.


If we are going in the woods we use a product that has 85% deet in it. You can't find it in a lot of places any more. Outback supply stores may have it.


Here in Ontario we have to be careful of lime disease from ticks. 

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