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    Re: Is this a sign of things to come

    Thanks every one for your input. Much appreciated. Swelling is almost gone and so is the itch. This will probably be my last year to do this as I find it too heavy and there is nothing madder then a...
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    Re: Is this a sign of things to come

    Thanks Omie. Us pretty aging beeks gotta stick together. Show those geezers what we can do. Swelling is going down and I'm ready to tackle the hive once more'
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    Re: Is this a sign of things to come

    Nope. !am old single and a female. Pretty is in the eyes of the beholder if that is how you are interpreting it. I just meant I was alone and do not want a major reaction with no one around. May I...
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    Re: Is this a sign of things to come

    Thanks for your help. I do have benedryl as I also have a boxer and they have a lot of reactions to stuff. Yellow jackets I have much worse reactions to. And now to carry on and try not sratch. I am...
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    Is this a sign of things to come

    I have never had any reaction what so ever to bee stings but the other dayI did not have my suit quite zipped up and in a flash one got in there and stung just to the side and below my chin. That was...
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    Re: Dog Sting (close call)

    If you have a boxer make sure you always have benedryl on hand. Boxers can get allergic reactions to all sorts of things. Grasses,spider bites bees I guess and the list goes on. I have had boxers for...
  7. Re: BBC: Buddha, Bees, and the Giant Hornet Queen

    I'm more worried about protecting me from them.:cry: I only have one hive but I have very bad reactions to wasp bites. Of course I would also hate to lose my only hive and since I am in my 70's ...
  8. Re: BBC: Buddha, Bees, and the Giant Hornet Queen

    Saw a program about these hornets on National Geogaphic. Hopefully they will never come and learn to survive out here. Scary creatures.
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    Re: Backyard calf hutch chickens

    See I'm not the only one who used Hive boxes for nesting boxes. Perfect size for chickens. Had some of those good old barred rocks too.:thumbsup:
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    Re: Just Shaking My head

    I would prefer to have no relationship with my bees. Best if they just totally ignored me when I was at the hive. Like I wasn't even there. No hard feelings.:scratch:
  11. Thread: Peanut Butter

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    Re: Peanut Butter

    I can buy the Natural Peanut butter with the oil on top at the Save On stores in Alberta. But I did find out one thing NOT to do!! Do not try and mix it in the jar with a hand electric mixer using...
  12. Thread: Flies and Bees

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    Re: Flies and Bees

    Don't mind the flys. It's the yellow jackets I hate and They don't have any love for me either. I have very bad reactions to them and soon I will be scared to go near my hive( yes I only have one) as...
  13. Re: 4 year old stung on foot...what to do for comfort?

    Kiss it better. That always works.:gh:
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    Nothing is blooming out my way so far. Need a...

    Nothing is blooming out my way so far. Need a stretch of really warm weather.Some of the Pussy Willows are just about ready. Of course we are getting 10-25cm of snow tonite and tomorrow so that won't...
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    Greetings from Alberta

    Just registered today and think this site has an amazing amount of info.Have 2 hives and am happy to see they both wintered well. Isn't it great to finally see spring!!:)
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