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« on: May 02, 2008, 09:48:58 AM »
Congratulation to Austin (we call him the shoot-out king Mattox) he is about to cross over the ten thousand views of the video LOOKING FOR THE RELEASAL OF THE QUEEN and sure enough we find her. this is a good video, and this queen did great through the Winter and is ready to divide - I'm waiting on new hive bodies now - I won't move the hives until Fall though - maybe one in Each Yard and see how each does!

Austin is one of our younger members, but thins is really a neat milestone, thought I'd mention this.
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« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2008, 11:55:20 AM »
John, well by crackee!!!  That was some pretty nice videography, and congratulations to Austin for providing that queen, hee, hee.  That was an intricate and beautiful video, and holy smokers, 10,000 views, mine would make it 10,001.  Great for bringing this video back to the forefront so we can all have a look.  I missed it and had never seen it before.  Have that beautiful and most awesome day, Cindi

I couldn't believe how easy it was to see the queen.  I gotta mark my queens for sure.  All my colonies are in deeps and looking for unmarked queen on a deep frame is quite the looker!!!  Smiling.
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