knowing what pollen is in the air might say where.

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do you check web sites weather, roads, pollen before you leave?

never thought to look
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knowing what pollen is in the air might say where.

Postby Ron Dickey » Wed Jul 27, 2005 10:40 pm

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Postby Wright » Sun Nov 20, 2005 10:57 am

never thought to look. I usually have enough remedies to counteract anyhing....(well just about)
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Postby Ross Wade » Sun Nov 20, 2005 11:11 am

I have always checked the weather reports before heading out on a camping trip. In the late winter and early spring I also check out the roads. Here in the NC mountains where we live, we tend to have rock slides. Never knew that there was a site for pollen. I just saved it my favorites. We were camping with several friends in SC this past April and the tree pollen was at its worst. I would wipe down the galley and 10 minutes later the entire galley was yellow with pollen. I can generally take the cold and the rain....but I will NEVER camp when the pollen is that bad again.

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Postby WarPony » Sun Nov 20, 2005 7:06 pm

I'll watch the weather pretty good before I leave and then hope it stays like I want it. I've got some pretty good alergies so I take my Allegra-D and hope for the best.

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Postby PaulC » Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:12 pm

Living in Oz and loving remote camping it is a must to at least check road conditions as most of our desert camping is done in the cooler months.
P.S. Most of our camp sites mean lots of unformed(dirt) roads and tracks to get too.
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