Hey everyone, first post and first time on the forum. Let me preface this question with the realization that it will spark some controversy so here it goes. I live in central florida on approximately 8 acres of heavily wooded land. The land is bordered on all sides by hay fields and cow pastures. The winter months reach temperatures as low as 22 Fahrenheit. I have numerous sheds and a mobile home on the property. The buildings are fairly close together. I have kept numerous species of reptiles over the years and even worked for an import/export/breeder years ago. I also have experience with a few tarantulas and hot species of scorpions. Unfortunately even with that experience l have somewhat of a specific phobia. I am terrified of huntsman spiders. Nothing else bothers me including other spiders (I have kept goliath bird eaters, king baboons, and cobalt blues). I realize the huntsman is a beneficial animal and harmless but as I said earlier I have a phobia and have never been able to kick it. I want to release some tokays around my house and need some suggestions for providing heat sources and hydration for them during the winter. I will keep several flood lights on around the structures to keep them going with insects. I thought about keeping a couple of doors partially open on the sheds during the winter with shallow water dishes or a humidifier placed under an indoor plant in the sheds. Maybe even a small open green house with some heat lamps. Due to my location and the occasional freeze I am not worried about them leaving the property and spreading as an invasive species in my area. Thanks for any input. Ps. The property is loaded with German roaches, beetles, and large wood roaches.