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I joined, beekeeping for three years, have learned a alot on this site, I run about ten hives plus or minus still learning Thanks
 

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And so the addiction grows! Welcome!
I know this was for the OP but I felt the need to defend.

Looking out over the ocean earlier this afternoon. It was 80F and light wind through the palms. Sent a beek friend of mine a beach pic captioned, “thinking bee thoughts”

I can stop any time I want. None of us have a problem.
 

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I know this was for the OP but I felt the need to defend.

Looking out over the ocean earlier this afternoon. It was 80F and light wind through the palms. Sent a beek friend of mine a beach pic captioned, “thinking bee thoughts”

I can stop any time I want. None of us have a problem.
And so the denial grows! Welcome! Lol
 

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That was a very nice and needed snow we got i usually let mother nature uncover them though. and yes it is an addiction thanks
 

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Hey there Adolf! So Greeley Colorado. Sounds nice. I'm in 6a Sisters Oregon high desert. Welcome to our group. Noticed you said mother nature will uncover them. I remember when Ian Steppler in Canada was getting his hives into his winter shed and they got caught in a snow storm before they could be moved. He was very worried until he found they had made little igloos around themselves. That was quite the entertaining series of videos a couple of years ago.
 

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Welcome Adolf- glad you finally dove in to the forum.

Best of luck to you this year.

Russ
 

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Welcome to Beesource. Got your bees uncovered from the snow? :)
Hey there Adolf! So Greeley Colorado. Sounds nice. I'm in 6a Sisters Oregon high desert. Welcome to our group. Noticed you said mother nature will uncover them. I remember when Ian Steppler in Canada was getting his hives into his winter shed and they got caught in a snow storm before they could be moved. He was very worried until he found they had made little igloos around themselves. That was quite the entertaining series of videos a couple of years ago.
Here in march we go any where from 60 degree to an all out blizzard like this last storm over last weekend about 2 ft its all melted off by the following friday
 
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