Dwight Watt - Watt Thoughts #362 2/9/2019

#362 - Yellow spring (Watt Thoughts)

Although much cooler today, the pine tree prognosticator in south Georgia says spring is here. Usually using pine trees to predict spring is better for me than ground hogs. In Swainsboro all my cars are all turning yellow. Not seen any pollen plows yet and so far my sinuses ok, however, the pollen from the pine trees is falling.

The worse sinus attack I ever had was the first spring I lived in south Georgia (Brunswick) when I went to a computer conference at Rock Eagle 4H Center in 1980 and I had never seen pollen so thick on ground, everything was yellow from pine trees. Had to go to hospital to get doctor to open sinuses and relieve headache.



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