Spring is finally here and it is time to get back out to your favorite outdoor activities such as gardening, hiking and fishing. Down here in Florida the gnats and mosquitoes are out in full force and it is definitely time to get out the ol' bughat™. Because the winter was so long and nasty this year, the mosquitoes and gnats appear to be extra hungry this year…so be careful.
We hope you have a wonderful start to your spring and don't let the bugs, bees and mosquitoes drive you crazy!
Summertime is one of the finest times of the year, and in particular, the long days make for evening concerts. Most are put on by local bands and groups, and best of all, they are free.
Those who laughed, however, were not laughing as I sat watching the concert, not one time swatting bugs from my face. Who is laughing now, I ask?
I went walking today after I finished mowing the yard.
I love my Bughat.
What would you say is the most dangerous animal on Earth? Sharks? Snakes? Humans?
At Bughat, we try hard to foster a culture that gives back to local and global communities through our pocketbooks and our actions. One of the ways we do this is by giving back 2% of every sale to various charities and causes that we feel extremely pationate about. One of the charities that we donate to is the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation. This week is Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Week and we are working hard to get the word out on this debilitating disease that has no treatments and no cure.
Also, we occassionally post information about Mito Disease on our Bughat Facebook Page.
Living in the Deep South, there are two things that one can be assured of. In the summer, being bombarded with gnats in the day and mosquitoes (skeeters as we call them) at night. Strangely, we actually like the gnats as they keep Yankees away. Here is a perfect scenario:
After I got the tire on and got him on his way, I realized the error of my ways. If he buys a bughat, more Yankees may come south and move in ... the horror... the horror...
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