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Sunday, October 07, 2007

More from the History Center


The kids who came to the talk (see previous post below) were interested as much in the wax as in the honey that I had for them to taste. This young man wanted to smell the wax block. I can understand how he feels - the smell is heavenly and it is as if you are standing in between the hives on a warm day to smell a wax block.

Everyone was interested in the chunk honey so I opened the jar so they could taste it with popsicle sticks.

For the last of my three talks, my sweet angel grandson showed up to help me. I am holding him and answering questions in the last picture!

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2 comments:

  1. Anonymous12:17 AM

    Linda,

    The talk looks like it was so wonderful and I wish I could have experienced it. You are so creative and interesting I am sure the people had a great time.

    Thanks for sharing so much on this blog.

    Annette
    Placerville California

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  2. Hello Linda,
    My name is Mehmet Yüksel I`m Turkish from Germany you have a nice bee pictures,thank you.
    my blog you can visit my blog
    www.mehmetyueksel.blogspot.com

    Mehmet Yüksel Germany

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