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    Sometimes I have to be dragged kicking and scratching into the future. I have a cell phone because phone booths are a distant memory. I text because that's the only way I can contact my help. Now this. About time, eh?

    frenchhillapiaries.com

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    LOL, welcome to the 21st century.

    It looks great
    Beek since 2016: Hardiness Zone 9a: in NW Florida

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    Nice!
    Your message going to YouTube changed the fortunes of countless beekeepers
    Ahhh creemees, there is a word I haven hurd in decades
    "oh well, let us stick to science. let them have their beliefs and intuitions!" -Medhat Nasr

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    Thanks. You know there are those of us waiting on you writing a book....
    -- Joe
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    Quote Originally Posted by lemmje View Post
    Thanks. You know there are those of us waiting on you writing a book....
    Indeed.

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    Default Re: French Hill Apiaries Dot Com

    thank you! i have watched everything i can and will attempt to apply some of your methods here in south mississippi and see what works here and what doesnt. I have enough equipment to run 3 double nucs 3 stories high and another couple single story to use as mating nucs. just waiting for spring.

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    ``That's great I kept a hive of bees in the early 70's then gave it up because I couldn't see any way that it would make a profit but I liked working bees. Now all these years later your videos showed me the way. Hope to meet you someday to shake your hand and say thank you.

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    Mike: Congratulations I'm glad that you have made the step. Would love to have you back in Colorado again sometime.

    Karen & Steve H.

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    Really nice site Mike, I think it will serve you well.

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    Beautiful photography. I enjoy seeing what things look like in the Northeast. Really nice job.

    Any chance of having links to all of Mr. Palmers lectures and presentations?

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    Glad to see you have a website now! Nice selection of photos. Great looking site.
    Beekeeping 6 Years - 12 production hives and about 12 nucs - Treatment OAV Only

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Palmer View Post
    frenchhillapiaries.com
    Nice website!

    If you make a habit of putting a "www." preceding the "frenchhillapiaries.com" part, in many cases, the "system" (at Beesource and many other places too) will make it an active, clickable link automatically, like this: www.frenchhillapiaries.com

    Also, if you like, you can add your website address into a Beesource "signature" that will automatically appear at the bottom of all your posts at Beesource. And if you do set up a signature, that signature gets added to past posts, as well as future posts.

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    Mike,excellent job on the long awaited website.
    Are the photo's taken with the new camera?
    Graham's address suggestion, gets us on there easier.

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    and i see adam has teamed up with you, outstanding!

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    I was going to ask who was the old geezer in all the pictures, then I looked in a mirror and realized that I am an old geezer too.

    Congratulations on your website!
    NW Alabama, 50 years, 20 colonies and growing, sideliner, treatment free since 2005, 14 frame square Dadant broodnest

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    Great looking website. What really caught my attention tho was those maple creemees if I lived up there id be stopping there twice a week atleast. wouldn't matter if it was -20 degrees outside. My girlfriend says I could live off ice cream add maple syrup and I don't think you could ever keep me away.

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    Feeding early patties. https://youtu.be/bUDd3vk7bgY

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    Very nice site. Great pics. J

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    fantastic!
    Holy cow some of those hives are 9 boxes tall!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tefer2 View Post
    Mike,excellent job on the long awaited website.
    Are the photo's taken with the new camera?
    No, all Adam’s photos. He built the site and used what he had. What a job! I’ll add more when I learn how

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