Musings about Beekeeping, Bee Art, and Jícaro Trees
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  1. #1
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    Default Musings about Beekeeping, Bee Art, and Jícaro Trees

    I never want to buy a t-shirt or other factory-made trinket as a souvenir when I travel. I want something a bit different, preferably made by a local artisan with local materials. Engraved “calabashes” were what I found in Jamaica—and all the better when the local artisan added some bees to them. And it’s a fitting souvenir since the tree the calabashes come from plays a role in my own Honduran beekeeping.

    Musings about Beekeeping, Bee Art, and Jícaro Trees
    http://musingsonbeekeeping.blogspot....e-art-and.html





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    Tom
    Last edited by Tomas; 09-20-2015 at 01:56 AM.

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  3. #2
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    Default Re: Musings about Beekeeping, Bee Art, and Jícaro Trees

    Tomas, a really great blog. Informative, interesting and unique.

    What a fantastical shot up the blooming, fruiting tree trunk. Wow!

    And I really appreciate your focus on the most important part of beekeeping, the people.

    Only one problem though. You just don't post very often.

    Thanks for what you do share.

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