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I noticed ‘it’ on Friday. I had been wearing it for 8 days — and never too tight.
Irritating my skin takes some doing. Rhinoceros hide feels supple and soft compared to my skin. I don’t get bit much by mosquitoes because they can’t penetrate my skin. So, I really am thick skinned.
And NO, I have not changed soap and I do take off the watch and dry my wrist after I take a shower.
NOT a big deal. It doesn’t hurt and it only itches if I think about it. So, c’est la vie. The Fitbit Ionic and I are not meant for the longtime. My hope is to find a more rugged Garmin come April/May.
But, I will keep you posted.
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Attribution WILL be enforced.
Given that Saturday was warm (i.e., 40°F (4.4°C)) with nary a gust of wind I expected to see a stream of planes landing and taking off. Bit crushed that it was EMPTY when we swung by around 2pm. There might have been a few planes earlier. There were some tire tracks on the apron — where the planes park. But, it could have been a car.
Yes, I know that the ‘Festival’ per se is next weekend, but in prior years we have had planes before and after the festival.
I plan to swing by on Sunday too, but we are expecting a ton of rain — which would not be conducive to flying.