enough already

Discussion in 'Bees' started by brendantm130, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. brendantm130

    brendantm130 New Member

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    Fourth time in two weeks that I've had to dig out.
     

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    Iddee New Member

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    I never dig out. Snow makes a good insulator and will melt away from the entrance before they need to fly.
     

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    Sure is pretty, glad you got it and not me. Mud ain't all that bad after all.
     
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    You poor thing! All I can say is....hang on spring's coming.
     
  5. brendantm130

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    36" so far, more to come this weekend
     
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    Suddenly, I don't feel quite so miserable... :D !!

    My parents live in northern CT. They're about tired of the snow, too.
     
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    I haven't seen any. :yahoo:
     
  8. Iddee

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    But they will be laughing at you in August. :lol:
     
  9. Bens-Bees

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    What about suffocation? Is there any risk of suffocation if the bees are on a solid bottom board no vented top, sealed up with tar paper and then snow covering the entrance?