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Seeing as its winter time and a bit quite does anyone have any pictures of their hives,honey,bees etc that they can post to cheer us all up ?
 

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Heres a couple of fluffy ones for you.
 
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Some cute pictures... but not bees. Is there something missing from the link?
 

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Great pics Hivemaker.
I can smell the cedar!
 

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Top marks Hivemaker, its nice to see some quality gear for a change.

Show me the Langsroths baby.
 

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Hi hivemaker ,and all
Thats a real good job you've done thare hivemaker.
yeh that cedar smells lovely
 

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Yes i will have to do the details bit,live in somerset,but post hives all over the uk. will be doing a proper list of hives ect in the new year,on the forum.
 

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Hivemaker,

Please put me down for 2.

Many thanks

By the way I am amazed you are using plastic spacers. IMO they collect and clog up with bees wax and are a harbour site for wax moth. Just an observation.

Regards;
 
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Some more milling pics,and my eldest son milling.plus some of the finnished product.
 
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I thought I was a right little Bob the builder making my brood boxes on my little table saw until I noticed this pic:

 

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Great pictures hivemaker. I'm wondering if I had a differnt kind of hornet bothering my hives now. Mine seemed not to have those red bits and the waist was fatter.
 

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Hi Hivemaker.

Great photos.
I did notice that you have not marked the queen. Is that your preferred way? I also noticed the her left wing has been clipped, yes I also clip my queens wing.
Good work well done.
I really am impressed.

Regards;
 
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