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New beehives

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Sunday September 16, 2012

Nokesville, VA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The last week I have prepared a place for two lucky queen bees to move out of fields into back yard

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7. Proserpina
12:55 PM GMT on September 25, 2012
Is this a hobby? I assume you are not allergic to the little critters. Keep us informed on the progress of the 'honey'.
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6. Tishu
5:06 AM GMT on September 17, 2012
Do you have any bears around your area? They like bee hives too.
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5. katy99780
3:19 AM GMT on September 17, 2012
BEE-autiful apartments Carl! Very nice!

Folks here raise Russian bees, tougher than others and quite 'fuzzy.' The become active at lower temps than other bees, but I haven't had an opportunity to taste the honey. (yet)


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4. jetcapt
6:39 PM GMT on September 16, 2012
Thank you very much, I have hives in the fields, just never in the yard. Just trying to help!
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3. novembergale
6:38 PM GMT on September 16, 2012
Very nice set up! I have bee keepers in my family and I'm sure they'd be impressed by this.
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2. jetcapt
6:11 PM GMT on September 16, 2012
Thank you Shirley, these are european gentle bees, should be fun
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1. WeatherWise
6:09 PM GMT on September 16, 2012
Fancy - So are you going to be the beekeeper? Pretty set-up. Thanks for sharing. Have fun and be sure to put on all the protective gear.
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