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  1. #1
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    Arrow Feral Bees 936 area code Texas

    Texas Bee is in contact and hopefully will get these
    rascals....:-)
    Last edited by Sundance; 02-09-2009 at 06:41 PM. Reason: someone is getting them

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    bump,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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    I'am on it thanks.



    Jan. 12th... ?



    waiting for a call back.
    Last edited by Texas Bee; 02-09-2009 at 06:01 PM.
    Mike

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    Let me know what you find??

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    Sundance I work over their 2 days a week. I'll keep ya posted, just waiting on a response back.

    Thanks for the post.
    Mike

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    Mike........ I just got an email on Sunday so he still
    has them in site....... Could be a bust, could be some
    nice queen stock??

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    Waiting on a reply back. I give him my Mobil #.. Nothing yet.
    Mike

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    I would be wary of any bees that have an area code. There was that theory that cell phones caused CCD. I wasn't aware they made them small enough for bees now.
    Help your own self, the Government is to busy savin' their self.

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    ok Sundance and gang, I went to the store over there, and found the guy that had the tree. iT's way to big and it's in the house taboot. It fell during the storm last year.

    Looks like one hive is gone and the other may still be their. To cold for them to fly,and I couldn't see far enought in there to see them.

    Somebody ( beek ) was already there ahead of me checking it out too.

    To big of a job for me. Case Closed.
    Mike

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    Sorry you didn't score Mike...........

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    sounds like a lot of work and possibly dangerous to boot. where did I stow that saw?

    a curious cat question. mike, where exactly was the location?

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    Big T.... here we go. coming from Montgomery on 149 cross the RR tracks 90 deg turn to the left then a 90 deg turn to the right the first store on the right
    ( with no gas pumps ) and ( they cook really great hamburgers too )

    turn right at the store on to the dirt road, 2 stop signs are ( 2 blocks ) a light blue house on the left , tree is in the house a big big tree ...

    I will be back Thur there Friday morning some time .. Good luck may the bee force be with u...
    Mike

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