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    Question In the spirit of trying to live more naturally...

    do you spend alot of time outside?

    We do, we feed the birds and squirrels and spend alot of time in the pool and on the lanai.

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    I am in a rather secluded area of the city, and I don't like being outside by myself, as I don't know my neighbors well enough. When I'm with we take walks and wander around the city.

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    We do when it's not rainy. We have a big yard.

    We often go camping in the summer, but don't plan to this year. I decided to do some 'camping at home' days where we stay and play outside all day. Then at night everyone sleeps better because of the fresh air.

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    Yes, I walk 3.4 miles everyday.Each dog gets about a mile,except when it is really hot like today. I go with just my walking partner then. I don't want the dogs to get overheated. Alex and I have a camping trip all planned for next week and I have a very small garden this year.

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    grack! i dislike outdoors. im allergic to just about everything and rarely go outside. i will venture into the workshop with my big shop fan to work on props, but most of the time in shutup indoors staying away from the heat and sun. heck, i just got back from grocery shopping a little before 11 pm so i could avoid most of the heat. people often wonder why me and my hubby got married, because he loves being outside hunting and fishing and whatever while im tucked away inside hiding!

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    I'm happier indoors where it is cool and comfy and blissfully quiet and peaceful. There is no place near my home where you can actually enjoy just the sound and sights of nature.

    So, no, I don't go out to enjoy nature since people ruin it with all their noise and noisey things running.

    One night it was pretty quiet except for the sound of water running loudly and it kept waking me up. It ended up being my neighbor's new fountain. I shut the window and gave up.

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    I have a big yard where I normally have a garden. Unfortunately, my work schedule has kept me from having one this year.

    I like to sit out on the porch and listen to birds. it's peaceful when the neighborhood kids aren't screaming. Of course, most of the time it's just happy children sounds so that is peaceful too.

    Yes, I like to spend time outdoors, right now I have a sunburn to prove it.

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