This has not been my season. Thursday morning I harvested beets from the garden, Friday morning I found a tick on my backside. The doc isn't in on Friday so I went to the immediate care place she recommended and got the precautionary antibiotics. Keeping an eye on the bite mark as best as I can look at my own backside.
This is my second tick bite. I got my first a couple years ago when crawling through the woods in November. That time around I'd been dressed to the hilt, it was cold so I had on three layers of pants, a couple pairs of socks, and the bugger still found a gap in my armor and crawled up me. He was also found the next morning after the most likely exposure. I think the best advice is to shower after being outside rather than waiting until morning, and throw your outside clothes in the wash. Ticks often crawl around on you and your clothes a while before they bite and at that stage they are easy to be rid of. I've never gotten a tick bite while wearing shorts, which is what the conventional wisdom says you must not do.