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Re: Bees now a/c

> Donna wrote:
> > Amazing- I thought everyone had a/c of some type or another in
their homes.
> > 
> > So curious, how many do or don't have home a/c....

Don't have it in the house; have it in the office tho' one unit does
blow a bit of air into the laundry and kitchen.  Don't really need it
all that much - have ceiling fans; attic fan; close house during day
and open it at night.  Only a few nights are really uncomfortable -
one of the plusses of living in the woods;-)

Don't like it myself; messes up my sinuses but have to have it in the
office really.  

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
Editor:  Gardening in Shade, Suite101.com
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