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alleyyooper
Jan 29th 2010, 04:00 PM
Front
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b7d734b3127ccec24be1d623d400000010O00CbtGjhq4bsQ e3nwA/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D550/ry%3D400/

Side
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b7d734b3127ccec24a4f68824100000010O00CbtGjhq4bsQ e3nwA/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D550/ry%3D400/

The addition
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b7d734b3127ccec24bb2aee22d00000010O00CbtGjhq4bsQ e3nwA/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D550/ry%3D400/

The protype bottom board screened of course
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b7d734b3127ccec24ad73b036e00000010O00CbtGjhq4bsQ e3nwA/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D550/ry%3D400/

:mrgreen: Al

alleyyooper
Jan 29th 2010, 04:19 PM
Ok for all the sizes.

Sides
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b7d734b3127ccec24b700de2ef00000010O00CbtGjhq4bsQ e3nwA/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D550/ry%3D400/

Sizes of cuts for the addition
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b7d734b3127ccec24a4863c2d100000010O00CbtGjhq4bsQ e3nwA/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D550/ry%3D400/

The grove for the back frame rest board.
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b7d734b3127ccec24b779ea2e700000010O00CbtGjhq4bsQ e3nwA/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D550/ry%3D400/

With of the inside frame rest board.
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b7d734b3127ccec24b925b63f800000010O00CbtGjhq4bsQ e3nwA/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D550/ry%3D400/

Frame rest ends
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b7d734b3127ccec24b11ada2e700000010O00CbtGjhq4bsQ e3nwA/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D550/ry%3D400/

Front frame rest board with entrance
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b7d734b3127ccec24a70f9c25700000010O00CbtGjhq4bsQ e3nwA/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D550/ry%3D400/

Inside frame rest boadman feeder. A haldf gallon jar will set on the feeder.
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b7d734b3127ccec24a645bc2ff00000010O00CbtGjhq4bsQ e3nwA/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D550/ry%3D400/

Despite what the president of Michigan beekeepers in 2006 said you can not over winter nucs in Michigan like this.
http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b7d734b3127ccec24b0eff631200000010O00CbtGjhq4bsQ e3nwA/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D550/ry%3D400/

http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b7d734b3127ccec24a9cfbc22300000010O00CbtGjhq4bsQ e3nwA/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D550/ry%3D400/

:mrgreen: Al

G3farms
Jan 29th 2010, 07:41 PM
I like it.

Are the ones you show in the snow built the same way, with a feeder in the back?

G3

G3farms
Jan 29th 2010, 07:50 PM
On second thought the only way to fill the feeder is to remove the top exposing the bees to the weather and yourself to the bees.

How about an inner cover to go over the bees and open for the feeder?

Just a thought.

G3

tecumseh
Jan 30th 2010, 04:30 AM
very nice.

alleyyooper
Jan 30th 2010, 08:05 AM
Yes they all have the space for the feeder. You can take the outercover all the way off as there is an intercover with the feeder space open. Or you can just lift the back of the outer cover and slide it forward a bit to place a jar of feed.

:mrgreen: Al

rast
Jan 30th 2010, 08:41 AM
Those look good and well thought out. Previous experience is showing I'll bet.

tecumseh
Jan 31st 2010, 04:19 AM
they look so cool settin' there in the snow.

alleyyooper
Feb 16th 2010, 08:02 PM
Got around to getting the picture of the intercover and doing all the uploading steps.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v295/oldgrumpy/bee%20stuff/100131_Deerthings_0936.jpg

:mrgreen: Al