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  1. #1
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    Just discovered George Imirie's pink pages. Man It's gonna take me a while to absord all of that info! What great for me is that it gives alot of Maryland experience and advice. Is there a way to contact him?

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    Thanks! I tried it but it bounced back. Address unknown. Hope the guy's OK....

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    Havent seen George post in a while on another forum. I am unsure of his health.
    Make sure you're sending to GImasterBK@aol.com.

    The prior post made the I look like an L
    Am unsure of case sensitivity.

    If you contact George be prepared for some strong opinions. He isnt afraid to tell you like it is, but is very helpful just the same.

  5. #5
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    Some of what George has to say is relevant to his climate and honey flow, but might not be at all correct for other climates and honey flows. Always be aware when reading bee keeping advice that what is good for the gander in one area might not work at all for the goose in other locals.

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    I also love reading George's page and hope there is nothing wrong. His last column was July 2003 and he was quite upset with the lack of interest of his fellow beekeepers, maybe he's just fed up. You can read more of his stuff at www.beekeeper.org it's jam-packed with info. I love the way he tells it like it is....in his humble opinion. LOL

  7. #7
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    I have a very high regard for his Pink Pages too. I have a booklet that I made from printing all of them out.

    I am only now beginning to understand how to relate his advise to my region and weather conditions. That is the major flaw in trying to use his information, what he does in Febuary, I can't do until mid March.

    Even if you don't heed his advise, he is still very entertaining.

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    Bullseye Bill
    Smack dab in the middle of the country.

  8. #8
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    Cool

    Hey,
    If you JOIN Montgomery County Beekeeping Association, you will get his Pink Pages in the mail delivered to your door EVERY MONTH. Not just some of them that are posted. Of course, you will also get the newsletter that goes along with the PPs. Only $10/year and well worth getting Georges info regularly.
    Thanx.

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    I just sent an email with the suggested address. I did use an L......

    I'll keep you posted...

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    Just got a reply! He's OK and fiesty as ever.

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    Shew, that's good to know. Did you tell him we were worried about him?

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