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    newbee

    Hello everyone,
    I came across this forum whilst searching google for bee keeping questions, I found an answer here and thought what a friendly bunch , so I registered. My husband wanted to take up bee keeping and tbh I really didn't like the idea of having bees in the back garden but I said ok and now I am just as much a part of bee keeping as he is. We have 1 main hive which we recently split with artificial swarm , also collected some swarms about which I will start a new thread , all these things are very new to us as we just went out and got the bees without knowing a single thing so we are learning as we go, so be prepared for alot of dumb questions lol

    Shan


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    No such thing as a dumb question, just the one's that aren't asked.
    Welcome to our friendly part of the beekeeping world. Lots of great folks here that will always be willing to help.
    Fun and bees, that's what we're about!



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    Thanks for the warm welcome Perrybee forgot to mention I'm from the uk :}

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    That's OK, so is Barbarian, and we let him in too!


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    Welcome shan, glad that you found us, you can learn a lot here, I have.

    kebee

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    thank you kebee

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    From one newbee to another.... Welcome. Tom
    "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil, is good men do nothing"

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    Welcome shan
    I have always preferred to read authors who tell how they do things, rather then those who tell how things should be done... Jay Smith

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    Welcome to the forum Shan

    We have several members here from the UK, you should fit right in!!

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    greetings and a very warm welcome shan! even if you are from across the pond.....!
    learn, bees, fun,this is the best forum on the net!
    shan, no dumb questions, just bee questions.....i always say, haven't kept bees long enough....they still teach me.
    again, welcome!
    i keep wild things in a box ....
    Proud Beekeeping Forums SQUIRT Member......if you obey the rules you miss all the fun..... katherine hepburn

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    a BIG HOWDY from the lone star state.

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    Thank you all very much , I can see I will like it here

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    Shan...
    Getting old is inevitable....Growing old is optional

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    Best of luck to you, plenty of helpful people on this site ready to share their advice and suggestions. Glad you could join us.

    Bamabww (Wayne)

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