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Location: Holliday MO

« on: September 30, 2008, 10:23:13 PM »

Well its official, my wife is a professional bee spotter...LOL.  Today we traveled to her hometown for a visitation to pay our last respects to her grandmother. Sad  After that we drove around touring her old stomping ground.  Went by the school she attended, which btw is boarded up now.  She said there are honey bees up there.  So I stopped and backed up, sure enough there were bees coming out of a boarded up window on the second floor.  I think the beek is rubbing off on her...nonetheless it brought a smile to her face.  Smiley

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Location: whitehouse station, NJ

« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2008, 05:23:13 PM »

Sweeeettt, My wife decided to help me one time with the bees. I about fell over. But after watching them hatch out for a few weeks in the OB hive she wanted to suit up. It has been heaven ever since. I can talk bees, research bees, or whatever and I get no grief. It used to be like asking to go fishing.... grin
Now its like asking if I can go play with the one of the kids....
Oh, here she comes I better go!!

Don't be yourself, "Be the man you would want your daughters to marry!!"
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