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    they are also called golden silk spiders, but are called banana spiders in FL. They're big and scary looking, but the bite is less than a bee sting.
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    When we lived in Florida, we had a banana spider set up a web outside one of our windows. Now I hate spiders but this one knew its place so was allowed to stay. The web was enormous and the spider was beautiful, it was fun to watch. Then one day it was gone, a bird had it for lunch.
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    aw now, i've spotted spiders that big here. i dunno about the australian ones, but the ones here are nonvenomous AFAIK.

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    No spider is welcome in or out of my house. I spray and I keep snakes. Snakes have all the right to my yard they want as long as they eat the damned spiders. Yuck!
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    OKAY (fanning self) I just read (saw) the Friday Primal Transformation. Firefighter, Yeah Baby!

    Back to Spiders...the brown recluse is the only one we kill.
    This spring, Kevin went through a "I'm afraid of bugs" stage. He crawled into bed with us nightly for a week. He cured himself however. The second week I started finding squashed bug carcasses around the house. It was a real massacre for a while, but he's slowed down some. (We need to replace windows. Way too many bugs get in.)
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    Spiders are the only thing that gets physically killed around here - unless you count the moths and stuff my cat catches if someone leaves the door open too long. DH is in charge of killing spiders b/c I am positively disgusted by them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles67 View Post
    OKAY (fanning self) I just read (saw) the Friday Primal Transformation. Firefighter, Yeah Baby!
    oh boy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saoirse View Post
    oh boy...
    Amen sister!

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    I can't get into the discussion about spiders - yuck As for Friday's post, well, yeah. Wow. Ok, onward.

    I like the Schwarzbein Protocol. I had read her book when I first started my primal journey and thought it made a lot of sense, particularly when I coupled it with primal living. I'm finding now might be a good time to revisit her book (wonder where I have it buried...).
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    Hi Pebbles just popping in to say hi and I hope all is well with you!

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