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Saturday, July 23, 2005

Appalation Trail Return

I have finally come back from hiking 55 miles on the Appalation Trail. Our longest day was 15 miles and it seemed to go on forever. There really is no greater experience than to know that you must continue for water and that you are in an area that no one can help you. It's a complete self relience crash cource. Anyways, I've inspected my bees as usuall and found that I will need to super them(add splace for honey) next week! The population is booming and durring mid dayu hundreds and even thousands of bees can be seen flying up to twenty feet above the hive. Today was also the day when I was able to remove the enterence reducer. The bees are doing very well but, for the second week in a row I wasn't able to find the queen. I searched the entire hive for here but she's just to sneaky. The hive is entering its second brood cycle and there are no photos because I couldn't find anything that was worth taking a picture of. I did however make a music video with some of the photos and a song I wrote this spring. You can view it here. Be sure to tell me what you think.


Blogger j00|{z said...

My computer wont let me see videos from that site. Oh well. Awesome job with the bees.

6:46 PM, July 24, 2005  

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