A big thank you to Michael Bush! for the excelent book and webpage.
I'm located in the middle of Sweden and have one top bar hive, five longhives and three Langstroth type of hives.
As I started out with a TBH I continued letting the bees draw there own comb in frames whith a wooden guide on the topbar. Still sycling out the old comb though.
As I havent found any one else doing foundationless in my aria I try to find my way by reading on forums and different webpages.
A couple of weeks ago I downloaded "The Practical Beekeeper, by Michael Bush" as a ebook and put it on my android phone for reading. As I like to listen to podcasts when driving I started checking out if there were any nice "text to speech" apps for android and I found what I searched for.
The "Mantano Ebook Reader Premium" together with "IVONA Text-to-Speech" are working great.
After reading/listening to "The Practical Beekeeper" for a while I have found answers to most of my questions - and encouragement for my thoughts - about foundationless, small cell, treatment free beekeeping.
I also feel stronger in my belief that treatment free is the right path to go. It's easy to be discouraged by other beekeepers.
So, thank you Mr Bush for your effort to share your wisdom.