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Thanks JP.

I really enjoy your videos. :thumbsup:

Especially the part where that chunk of comb dropped down and smacked you on the shoulder.
 

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JP, I'm addicted to your videos. I'm new at this and I have really learned alot from your manner and smooth, gentle movements on the cut outs and swarms.

Hope you and Schawee have good season.

Bill
 

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I know you didn't do this and not get stung, just how many times I am wonder. You did a great job of getting them and would love to see more.

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:coolphotos:
Who was catching those combs as you dropped them?
What are your plans for the caught swarms?
 

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efmesch said:
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Who was catching those combs as you dropped them?
What are your plans for the caught swarms?
The only comb dropped was the one that hit my shoulder. :mrgreen: The rest I placed atop the steel beam as I removed them, bringing them down in stages. I may have secured some of the comb in frames but if memory serves me, most were too new & soft to secure. Either way they were boxed and treated as swarms. Both were placed in deep nucs & added to my main bee yard in Nine Mile Point, Louisiana.

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JP, amazing stuff as always! :thumbsup: :mrgreen:
One of these days I expect to see you set a box down next to a swarm and talk to the bees like you did to that bear:
"Awright now bees, ya'll get in theya" and be darned if they wouldn't do what ya tell 'em! :mrgreen:
 
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