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Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Tomarow I will Inspect...Today I Observe



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The first photo I took just a few minutes ago and sorry about the out-of-focus honey bee. I think I alarmed them when the flash went off.


In the second photo you can see one of my open feeders that I made from an old whip cream container. The styrofoam prevents the bees from drowning.


In the last photo is a look at the hive box itself. When I first installed the package it rained for three days straight and some of the loose sand was splashed onto the outside of the hive. I just put the feeder in yesterday afternoon and that's a 1 pint jar!

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Blogger splapped said...

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8:14 PM, June 14, 2005  
Blogger splapped said...

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8:18 PM, June 14, 2005  
Blogger splapped said...

SPELLING ERRORS!!!!!


This is the first photo I took just a few minutes ago. Sorry about the out-of-focus honey bee. I think I alarmed them when the flash went off.


In the second photo you can see one of my open feeders that I made from an old whip cream container. The styrofoam prevents the bees from drowning.



In the last photo is a look at the hive box itself. When I first installed the package, it rained for three days straight and some of the loose sand was splashed onto the outside of the hive. I just put the feeder in yesterday afternoon and that is a one pint jar!

Misspelled words: alarmed, styrofoam, straight.

Grammatical errors: Absence of indention in all three paragraphs, the word "that's", starting a sentence/paragraph with the word "and" (there are some occasions, it should be avoided though), in the third paragraph; there is no comma between the words "package" and "it", the very first sentence needed to be revised, and the words "out of focus" in the first paragraph need hyphens in between them.

-The Master of Splap

8:19 PM, June 14, 2005  
Blogger The Beekeeper said...

Did I just get splapped?

8:36 PM, June 14, 2005  
Blogger G4st said...

Thanks for the pics, they look great!
Especially the ones involving the blue duct tape and beekeeper gear.

6:51 AM, June 15, 2005  

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