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Have Questions About Florida's Spring Allergy

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From 1999-about 2004, we wintered in our RV in the Lake Buena Vista area from fall to March/April. Had absolutely no problems with allergies. During that time, that area was in a drought period.

Since then, we cannot breathe after about the middle of January. The problem seems to be that yellow/green pollen that gets all over vehicles, streets, etc.. So we stayed away for a number of years. We went back this March to test it out - still a problem for us.

Are there places in Florida during the Jan-March period where there are not so many of those trees that drop that pollen? We would love to return to wintering in Florida & don't mind moving a few times between cities. Maybe staying close to the Gulf waters or Atlantic shores would help?

Thanks in advance for your help. Julie

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