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Okay, this is the second time this week where I have been working in the garden, squatted down to do something, only to immediately jump up with, er, "colorful language," because apparently a sweat bee had been sitting on the back of my knee! Wouldn't be so bad (for me) except the sting itches like crazy! Guess I need to either wear pants or start putting antiperspirant on the back of my knees.
 

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Around here the sweat bees are above average in numbers this year for some reason. Was doing a little bush hoggoing Moday and got stung 5 or six times, sting and itch , itch, itch.

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Hey! There are advantages to not having any neighbors within viewing distance! Unless you count the resident flock of turkeys. :D :D

Although I think Australia would be a wonderful place to live, I'm not sure I could deal with all your poisonous creatures. That has to be a challenge!
 
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