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    Cool Beekeeping pornography - Testing Barry's

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    Nylons as honey filter:


    Appendage in wax melter:

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    ???

    Thanks for nothing, unless you count demeaning us all as "something"?
    “The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowglobe View Post
    ???

    Thanks for nothing, unless you count demeaning us all as "something"?
    Huh? It was a joke, son!
    - Ann, a Gardening Beek

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    Snowglobe, when you have been here awhile, you will find that when a post doesn't look nice, it is because you don't understand it. The posters here are not always able to get their true meaning across to all people, but their intentions are always honorable. If it looks bad to you, it is best to stay quiet until someone else points out the poster's meaning.

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    Oliver, Oliver, Oliver.....

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    oh, if I took offense at all the snow and icicle formations I get in the yard, I'd do nothing else. I'm not even going to mention a certain squash I harvested last year...
    “The keeping of bees is like the direction of sunbeams.” -Henry David Thoreau

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    It's becoming clear this particular forum is mainly for pics of bees on flowers. yawn...
    Once you see the bandwagon, it's too late.
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    Big Grin

    some people just don't appriciate good art
    Always question Conventional Wisdom.

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    >I'm not even going to mention a certain squash I harvested last year...

    I grew a tomato and a couple of carrots last year that made you stop and think.
    Dulcius ex asperis

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    Wink

    now are those Nylons food grade ?
    glad Im not the only one to find odd uses for things! lol
    the kid

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    The real question is does Olivers wife know he's using them and what they look like when he does! Perhaps we should "inspect" the rest of Olivers honey house.

    {I grew a tomato and a couple of carrots last year that made you stop and think.}

    George, when you get to be our age everything makes you think!
    Last edited by Joel; 04-02-2007 at 09:08 PM.

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    so how do them there nylons work for filtering honey? Them thingies work real good,eh???

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    Default Nylons

    I use them double, pumping room temperate honey, after straining through a double stainless screen.

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    Exclamation no extractor

    i'm still new at all this, but i got my start from some hand-me-down equipment from my uncle Jim. he didnt have an extractor or anything for his few hives. he would fill the nylon hose full of chunks of comb and hang it lengthwise above a bucket and then "massage" it down it's length. If i had a few pics of that, i'm sure that it would definitely qualify for this thread !!
    -M@

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    Quote Originally Posted by hummingberd View Post
    so how do them there nylons work for filtering honey? Them thingies work real good,eh???
    Ayah, they do.
    Mark Berninghausen "Ships at a distance have every man's wish on board." Zora Neale Hurston

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