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I had email conversations with a few guys and all seemed lovely. I met up with someone from the site and have started seeing him and am very hopeful that I won't be needing Outdoor Duo again!

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Within a week on Outdoor Duo back in March 2017 ... one of my matches turned out to be my soul mate; and we are still happily together ... running, cycling, climbing, walking and planning new challenges

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TrotOn   on 21/07/17 @ 13:24 said:

Stephen: Shhhhhhh
Kip has the best treatment possible but you and I have non.

landranger68   on 21/07/17 @ 18:18 said:

They are proving to be a problem,even around the Garden where i staying.Keep covered,especially as the Bracken is very high and almost forms a barrier.A friend almost several years ago.Lyme desiese was diagnosed at a depertment specialising in Tropical desiesees

womble   on 22/07/17 @ 5:51 said:

I have often wondered why there isn't a Frontline for people.

Philtheetiler   on 22/07/17 @ 7:02 said:

womble: I once bought a large tin of fly repellent for use on horses as thought it would also be good for me. Luckily found out it was carsinogenic
And stopped using it even though there was still nearly a litre left.

womble   on 23/07/17 @ 14:40 said:

Philtheetiler: Yes, I think most animal pest medications are organophosphates (think sheep dip!)so I try to minimise the amount I put on Tommy. I have just got one of the little buggers on my inner eyelid - luckily I felt like I had something in my eye really quickly and a friend got it off before it had really attached itself. I was gardening and had my face close to the foliage. Nasty!

Site Admin   on 26/07/17 @ 11:32 said:

I have one of those credit card sized tick removers in my first aid kit. Its really effective and easy to use. To contract Lyme disease the tick needs to go unnoticed for some time, so the sooner its out the better.

Philtheetiler   on 26/07/17 @ 16:53 said:

Be very careful how you remove any ticks. Definitely advisable to use the proper tool as on no account should you grip them because this will squeeze their gut contents ditectly into your bloodstream..

Philtheetiler   on 26/07/17 @ 17:00 said:

Secondly if no tool available it is best to suffocate the little devil till it lets go. I found smothering with Vaseline excellent for this but sure something similar would work just as well .

Just Bea   on 27/07/17 @ 9:17 said:

Tilly Wooo is well covered...but we humans are on their menu
Thank you for high lightening this warning again

Good walking everyone

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