Poison Ivy Infection, Book Tour, and Ostrich Farming

Through much trial and error, the author managed to overcome a poison ivy infection, finish her book tour, and get acquainted with a local family who had taken up ostrich farming.



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The author's book tour led her to meet a Shuswap Lake family who had taken up ostrich farming
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Snowberries and rosehips.
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The author studies a back of herbs.   
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Ostrich farmers Bret and Sue Oliver.
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Comfrey leaves. A comfrey root creme was part of the treatment regimen a naturopathic practitioner recommended for a poison ivy infection.
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The Olivers' son holding an ostrich egg.
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