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  1. #21
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    Joe:

    Call me tomorrow anyway. Leave your number. I will be at a culinary compatition but will have some time to talk in between rounds. It will be nice to catch up.
    Chef Isaac..Culinary Arts and Honey are a sweet mix! http://www.sweetascanbeehoneyfarm.com & http://www.adoptahive.info

  2. #22
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    Darrington, WA, USA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Isaac View Post
    Joe:

    Call me tomorrow anyway. Leave your number. I will be at a culinary compatition but will have some time to talk in between rounds. It will be nice to catch up.
    Ok... I will try....

    I play drums and have a gig until about 1ish.

    Joe
    "Slow Down and Taste the Vanilla" - My Grandma

  3. #23
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    Perth, Ontario, Canada
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    My hives always look like that at the end of winter. In fact just this w/e it went up to 10 C so I put feeders on the hives and cleared out the inch or so of dead bees that built up on the bottom board stopping the bees from getting out. Before I was even done they started pilling out to make their first "toilet break" since November.

    So yes, I wind up with a sorryful mount of dead bees at the base of each colony.

    BTW I'm up near Ottawa Canada - winter is long and gets freaking cold.

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