Aye. Keillor ain't known for his good looksThat's a good thing I'm thinkin'
Dulcius ex asperis
What I Smoke has a Sting to it
Searching for the queen
My mouth isn't always open(although some might beg to differ)
I'm explaining a swarm to some co-workers
OK, here's one of me, pretty scary. But it is a testament to how extractions are hot, sticky jobs:
Here's one a little more relaxed and normal:
And here's one of my favorites:
Last edited by Gene Weitzel; 02-28-2008 at 04:19 PM.
"The UNKNOWN, huh? That would be SNORBERT ZANGOX over in Waycross."
Ok, guess I'm in too. I changed some of the pics.
My Second Triathlon of the season, getting my numbers.
working the frames
Me & My Hubby, New Year's Eve
At the fair...
Last edited by hummingberd; 03-30-2008 at 08:57 PM.
Let's BEE friends
This is Joanne and I.
And yeah, she looks at me that way all the time.
"And yeah, she looks at me that way all the time". -J.F.
Why? I guess I just don't understand. I have grey hair now too. Nice photos. I guess I'll have to get my,.. "mug" on here too.
Last edited by Oldbee; 03-31-2008 at 04:38 AM.
Erin Forbes, EAS Master Beekeeper
A picture from my part time job. I am on the left.
My youngest helper:
Last edited by Barry; 11-06-2009 at 11:13 AM.
Here is a pic of me (driver) and my new beek. She bought a bee suit off of the internet so that she could go with me. She liked them better then I would have bet.
Last edited by kyfarmer; 04-15-2008 at 10:02 PM. Reason: forgot the link
Only one i have at the moment but i will put one of me doing bee stuff up soon.
Photo of me on my day job as a wildlife biologist. Found and relocated a nice gopher snake from our client's construction site in southern Arizona.
Last edited by James Henderson; 05-13-2008 at 09:40 AM. Reason: photo too large and overpowering...maybe a little scary too.
Golden Delight Honey; 225-803-5406 (cell)
heres a pic of myself with a swarm I had just got out of a tree 30' foot off the ground
got'er dun without my shotgun
having a cold one with the bees
This swarm turned out bigger than it looked from the ground. I ended up with 3 nuc boxes stacked on top of each other
I did knock a good part of the bees down on my head while getting them out of the tree. Bullseye bill is right. It hurts when a cluster of bees rain down on you. Especially when you are on the top of a 20 foot ladder holding a 10 foot pole with abucket and drawn comb over your head. At that point the bees are quick to let you know your beesuit is in the house
Last edited by riverrat; 06-28-2008 at 04:43 PM.
Showing Kim Dozier of CBS News a frame of bees at Beekeeping Class Field Day! (Yes, I love that yellow head band made just for us beeks!)
Can not seem to make the photo paste into this fourm, so will provide a link instead
Me and my other half hosting a wine tasting in the back yard last summer. Having a little bit too much fun- especially him in that outfit!
See story HOneybees Get Human Helpers here: http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=4048278n.
Last edited by winevines; 11-20-2008 at 09:22 AM.
I am holding on to the hope I have inside... Kutless