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Offline stinger27

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Picture posting test
« on: October 01, 2005, 03:39:58 AM »
Hope this works.
Bee Safe,
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Offline stilllearning

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Picture posting test
« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2005, 07:01:21 AM »
good picture
Wayne Cole

manowar422

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Picture posting test
« Reply #2 on: October 01, 2005, 12:31:32 PM »
Alright Stinger, now that you know how, let's see some more :)

I see that you are using Imagestation to host the image.

You can see my pictures at I.S. by signing in with my
username - manowar422
and the password - beephotos

My camera is cheap, but the quality of my pictures
will improve when I can afford to upgrade. :)

I like looking at all the pictures posted on the forum
and wish everyone would post more of them.

Offline stinger27

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manowars pictures
« Reply #3 on: October 02, 2005, 01:16:43 AM »
Cool pictures!!  I like that four quart feeder.  Sure saves alot of trouble I bet.  What is that in the first album.  It looks like a super with pieces of plywood in it?  
    It's good to see your son involved.  There is another future beekeeper!
I will post some more pictures in the next couple days.  I have to open the hive to dust with my last dose of terramycin.
Bee Safe,
    Stinger27

manowar422

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Picture posting test
« Reply #4 on: October 02, 2005, 12:23:00 PM »
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What is that in the first album. It looks like a super with pieces of plywood in it?


The picture you asked about is showcased in this post:
http://beemaster.com/beebbs/viewtopic.php?t=3574

My son and I have had lots of good times this year.
Next season we plan more hives and his help will
be required to make it work. Sixteen year olds don’t
like commitment much (he changes girlfriends like
I change socks) so his participation will determine
how many hives we start in 2006.

I’m looking forward to my oldest granddaughter’s
help also, she turned eight this summer and is very
curious about the bees. It’s fun to be around kids,
they keep your thoughts from becoming too cynical
and their fresh perspective keeps you sharp. :wink: