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I began this blog to chronicle my beekeeping experiences. I have read lots of beekeeping books, but nothing takes the place of either hands-on experience with an experienced beekeeper or good pictures of the process. I want people to have a clearer picture of what to expect in their beekeeping so I post pictures and write about my beekeeping saga here. Along the way, I've passed a number of certification levels and am now a
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Saturday, April 01, 2017

Honey for Breakfast

My daughter and her family are in Ireland for spring break. This morning they sent a photo of my granddaughter, Lark, at breakfast in Killarney. Look at the full frame of local honey to eat with their croissants!


6 comments:

  1. Most interesting is the 'crush & drip' frame that is holding it!

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    1. I love the waxed cardboard holder for the frame. Looks very environmentally friendly. My little traveling family gets home this week and I can't wait to hear more about this!

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  2. Is electromagnetism one of the causes of the CCD? A work plan
    for testing this hypothesis.

    Many studies have shown that bees are affected by and react to RF radiation. Scientists opine that exposure disrupts the hive, interferes with navigation, weakens the immune system and contributes to colony collapse. A researcher wishes to confirm some of these studies and is asking for bee keepers to help by testing their hives. I hope you’ll consider sharing with beekeepers you might know.



    “Is electromagnetism one of the causes of the CCD”



    https://tinyurl.com/lp4qpqg

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  3. She looks like she has discovered a treasure! Very cute!

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