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Offline dean0

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Deltona Newbie
« on: January 22, 2011, 10:57:17 PM »
Hey everyone.  I am 51 and live in Deltona, Fl. which is about halfway between Orlando and Daytona Beach. I started thinking about beekeeping as a hobby about a month ago and I have been doing my research ever since.  My research lead me to a commercial honey processor in Edgewater who told me about someone less than 10 miles from my home that would be a good resource. I contacted that person this morning via this forum and was told I could come by this morning.  The person I was able to meet this morning was "Hardwood" from Alysian Apiaries.  While there I was able to meet another newbie, "rderr" and his wife for Samsula.  Hopefully with "Hardwood's" expertise, patience and guidance and the advice from this forum, my new hobby will be a success.  I look forward to sharing my experiences in the future.

Dean

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Re: Deltona Newbie
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2011, 11:10:59 PM »
Welcome deanO! It was a fun morning huh? It was great to meet ya'll today and it'll be fun for me to help get you started!

Scott
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