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Re moist heat/ Jacuzzi

Hello Ceres,
    We have our Jacuzzi out on a deck located on the east side of the house.
Protects you from the prevailing winds and shady in the afternoons, plus it
is closest to the woods and private. Driveway is on the other side of the
house. We have only had the tub for 3 or 4 months now, but no reason not to
use it in the winter. When you come out of a tub your body temp is way up
and you do not feel any cold for about 15 minutes or so. Take that heat to
bed with you and curl up like an old cat........ sleep like one. Stepping
out of the tub it is only 4 steps to the door and inside to my office. JoAn
has large containers all around turning the deck into a jungle around the
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
> Gene, I don't think anyone has an idea of the work involved in a
> greenhouse unless they have worked one.  I love it but I too, at the end
of a
> day after running on cement, creep up the stairs to bed however a nights
> pulls me back on my feet.  I have never worked in one in the summer but by
> end of May it gets unbearable.  I view those who do work in one in summer
> months as 'durable goods'.
>     Do you use the tub year round?  Where do you have in located?
>         Ceres

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