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I am getting in a special queen late next week, and I only have mediums to build a nuc out of. I need a large frame nuc minus the queen.Please let me know if you can help. We are in Canton, Texas, but will drive to pick one up.
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LtlWilli
 

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I'm a little closer than Iddee, there are two five frame deep nucs here that are boiling over with bees if you want them, dandy price as well.
 

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G3...It's a little far, but thanks for the offer. I have been close to you many times, though. When I was little, we drove from Texas to Crossville every summer. I just love that state.--Except for caliche side roads.
 

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Yep, Crossville is about an hour west of me. You got family up this way by chance?

I have to ask, what is a caliche side road? Been on a lot of gravel roads, dirt roads, pig paths, and even blazed a few new trails, but I don't reckon I ever been on one of them caliche side roads! :lol:
 

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One of my dad's Air Force buddies from WWII lived there--Junior Kearly. Caliche is the crushed white rock and sand roads that Crossville had all around. Our car was white tinted the whole time we were there. BTW---they were building I-40 at that time and we picked up arrow heads in the freshly rained on places. It was a great time .
 

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That was a long time ago, I can remember when they were building I-40, just a kid.

Arrow heads are a good find, beads are the best.
 
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