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  1. #1
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  2. #2
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    I didn’t know they had mud in Florida? I thought it was just a big sand bar. At least the sun was shinning.
    The Busy Bee teaches two lessons: One is not to be idle and the other is not to get stung.

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    I think Trevor is in cheese country this summer
    Richard Martyniak, M.S. Entomologist - http://AllFloridaBeeRemoval.com

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    It would be funner with a load of bees, un-netted.

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllFloridaBeeRemoval View Post
    I think Trevor is in cheese country this summer
    Nothing like that Wi. mud.

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    Hardly any mud on the truck yet, is it really stuck?
    John B Jacob www.oldsolbees.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBJ View Post
    Hardly any mud on the truck yet, is it really stuck?
    The truck sank down to the axels, alot of mud underneath not much on the sides. A friend came and pulled me out.

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