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Re: If a tree falls on a beehive does anyone hear it?
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2007, 11:00:23 AM »
The article says;

"Five ornamental Victorian beehives at Hodsock Priory were smashed when a 150-year-old oak tree came crashing down as a result of Thursday's gale-force winds.

Moments before the tree succumbed to the wind, forester Butch Wynn of Manton was next to it repairing a previously damaged beehive."

Somebody was out in the strong winds repairing beehives? 
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Re: If a tree falls on a beehive does anyone hear it?
« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2007, 11:35:24 AM »
The article says;

"Five ornamental Victorian beehives at Hodsock Priory were smashed when a 150-year-old oak tree came crashing down as a result of Thursday's gale-force winds.

Moments before the tree succumbed to the wind, forester Butch Wynn of Manton was next to it repairing a previously damaged beehive."

Somebody was out in the strong winds repairing beehives? 


I live in Florida. I have seen idiots outside in hurricanes repairing antennas.

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