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Thursday, March 16, 2006

...what falls through the cracks.

Maybe flys into the cracks would be more accurate. I was walking around in the backyard today and noticed how the stucko covered 2nd story poarch is falling appart. The wood is completely rotton and massive cracks are forming. Looking closer at one of the larger cracks(about 1/2 inch wide) there were bees flying in and out. There were probably about a dozen. Some bees had made their nest in a poarch that WILL fall probably within the year. Now, this weekend I'll have to remove it and see if these bees are anything usable. If they are africanized then I'm in for a living hell...

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