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It's nice to have quality time with loved ones and it makes it extra special involving "nature" along the way.
 

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Very nice. I enjoy taking youngsters on my trap line and hopefully when I get my bees built up a bit, I can get some of them interested in bee keeping....Tom
 

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img026.jpg Here's a shot of my youngest son (from about 20 years ago) joining me as I rearranged a swarm that was moving into a bait hive and put it into a nucleus. All my sons (6) have worked with me at the hives at various times and the memories of those days are cherished by all of us, I think that those occasions, among many other things, built the strong relationship we all maintain till this very day.
You might say, "The family that gets stings together, clings together". :lol:
 

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Great pics Andy. Now if you could just teach your sons what the brim of their cap is for....:rolling:

Well, as you can see, we aren't big fans of veils. After a couple of episodes where girls got lost under the bill and popped the forehead, the boys determined that a different "set-up" was in order. :lol:
 
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