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  1. #1
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    Default Traveling (slightly beekeeping related)

    I'm looking at traveling internationally (outside the USA) with my girlfriend during a colder month, maybe February?

    We can't figure out where we want to go. I'm curious if anyone knows of good destinations to expand my world view of beekeeping?

    -Joe

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    Default Re: Traveling (slightly beekeeping related)

    It's be a lot warmer in Australia than Minnesota. And this B&B also has an apiary as part of their farm!

    http://www.farmgatetrail.com.au/aintree.html
    Graham
    USDA Zone 7A Elevation 1400 ft

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    Default Re: Traveling (slightly beekeeping related)

    How about Hawaii.

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    Default Re: Traveling (slightly beekeeping related)

    You guys are definitely right, somewhere warm.

    I've found places like this
    http://www.outdoorplace.org/beekeepi...ing_Museum.htm

    and this:
    http://www.honeybeesuite.com/an-imme...ervation-hive/

    Though those locations aren't all that warm that time of year, I'd guess.

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    Default Re: Traveling (slightly beekeeping related)

    I'm biased (living in Australia) so I'll second Graham's suggestion for you to visit Australia! February is traditionally the hottest month in Australia so bring a wide brimmed hat.

    There's actually a working honey factory open to the public near the coast of south-east Queensland. 'Superbee Honeyworld' http://www.superbeetourism.com.au/

    It could be a little difficult to stay at the B&B and visit the factory on the same day - despite it only being a 19 hour drive between them!
    Jeanette
    HiveTasks Software for beekeepers

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