Thursday, March 10, 2016

Week of Beautiful Weather On Delmarva

Been under the weather a few days but have enjoyed the beautiful spring weather. Sorry for lack of updates but health more important always.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I see a creature with horns.That is a great photo.

Anonymous said...

Get feeling better JT!!! It has been a beautiful week so far on Delmarva!!!

Anonymous said...

Start drinking yourself some apple cider vinegar. Also honey with some cinnamon in it mixed w/water or put it on toast. Get the cinnamon in a health food store. Look this all up. It's very good for you. Make sure to get outside even if it's just to sit there for awhile.

Anonymous said...

Keep in mind the flu is going around. Beebe's altered it's visiting regulations due to the widespread flu going around. While washing hands is very important it's not always easy to do so the most important thing anyone can do is to avoid touching your face with your hands.

Anonymous said...

You need a story about Culver and his complete disregard for peoples' health. The factory farms need to stop! This disease makes people go blind and causes other ailments and is caused by chicken dropping. We are in the "Histo Belt!" That's is something important that Culver needs to concern himself with.

"In the United States, the highest incidence of histoplasmosis occurs in a region often referred to as the “Histo Belt,” where up to 90 percent of the adult population has been infected by histoplasmosis. This region includes all of Arkansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee, and West Virginia as well as large portions of Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, and Virginia."

Read more at:https://nei.nih.gov/health/histoplasmosis/histoplasmosis

Anonymous said...

Well I think this chicken problem needs to be looked into. Everyone wants jobs, revitalization and the area to prosper once again. The one huge elephant in the room is The Stink and all the other factors that go with industrial farming. About 3 or 4 years ago the National Association of Realtors issued a report that explains what CAFO's are and how they impact property values. There is without any doubt a negative impact as it relates to property values.

Anonymous said...

I heard over 400 permits pending for new chicken houses! If that happens this area will be dead. It's already dying a slow death and that will just speed it up.

Anonymous said...

True about the chicken houses. My friends saw a house go for sale the other day on Cobbs Hill Rd so we drove over and looked around the area today before calling the agent. House looked nice but they couldn't run away fast enough when they saw the chicken house down the road and around the corner. Never did call to even look at the inside of the place. Then went to another one on Wyndmere off of Woodyard Rd. Same thing. They've decided to stick with Talbot county which was their first choice anyway.