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  1. #1
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    If you would like to see a US stamp with a bee on it, go to http://www.beesonthebrain.org/
    and sign a petition.

    Dickm

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    It would be faster to go to the local post office with a nice picture and have them put it on a stamp for you.
    Everything happens for a reason. Time heals all wounds - time and a half heals them even faster

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    All summer I spend hours and hours looking at bees that I still see when I close my eyes, more hours reading writing and watching videos about bees. Spend my Saturdays talking to City people about bees. My dreamfilled nights are of bees, my wife and my freinds have given us every possible plate, jar, cup, window hanging, garden decor and childs art class project of bees. My stationary, my screen saver, my web page and my calendar are all of bees.

    Now Dick wants me to open my mailbox, the last dark quite, unassuming haven I have, and see bees. Cool!

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    I bought a new mailbox and was wondering what to do with the old one. Then it dawned on me, why not hoist it up a tree for a swarm lure? I can't wait till spring to try it.
    http://www.acmepainting.com/ugotmail.jpg

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    By the way, Glad you got to Florida safe dickm. Bring me back some oranges. California oranges are going to be expensive this year.

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    By the way - you can now put your own picture on postage stamps. Go to the USPS website and see how.
    Steven Lechner<br />[email protected]<br />303.657.5360

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    Ok mguys,
    I can see where this is going. If you'd rather have my picture, I'll provide one.

    Thanks,

    Dickm

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    Newbee 101

    You have given me an idea of what to give my postman for Christmas
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    thats a nice swarm box!!!
    Chef Isaac..Culinary Arts and Honey are a sweet mix! http://www.sweetascanbeehoneyfarm.com & http://www.adoptahive.info

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    Put your old mailbox out by the hives to store some tools!!!!

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    We have a mailbox attached to the underside of the flatbed on the truck to put the smoker in. It is a good safe place in which to transport the smoker between yards.
    Sheri

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