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My grandfather used to keep bees, but I didn't know about it until after he died and I started keeping bees. Later I got my father started beekeeping, but that was several years after I got my start at it. Does that mean I'm a third generation beekeeper, or a first generation beekeeper? Or perhaps I need to become a beekeeper instead of a bee haver before I can claim anything... :lol:
 

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Geez Ben, with a thread titled what am I, you're just begging to get it from Iddee. Don't say you weren't warned! :shock: :lol:
 

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let's just try to keep this simple. you are a beekeeper* and that is all that should matter. in 'merica' we give no applause or title based on who your father was or some long distant genetic connect to someone long dead.

*if your hearts only desire is to only be a beehaver (a word with it's own interesting origins) then you need not apply anyway.
 
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