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My eyes have seen the glory of the earwig patch you sent me! Thank you! Much appreciated. Looking foreward to seeing what you come up with next! Thanks!
Excellent! I'm messing about with sugar beet roots, quite literally actually and 'The Instructinator' at
http://www.instructables.com/id/2D-Cartoon-Animation-of-the-Instructable-Robot/ . Hope you are having fun too.
Ok Here we go Partb1
Arrival or parts
seasoninf of the inside of the hive with beeswax
the view into the hive from window
the view from front( un painted)
and the steps , I will take my time working on. I promise. No rush Job
setting up in my wood
this is notmy instructible, just the first batch of pictures to you.
Thank you for the interest in my Top bar hive
I am planning to get my bees next year.
Still planning to attend BEE SCHOOL
Wow, that looks really good! Definitely an instructable in the making, even if it is a kit you have bought? I think your 'selling' point could be that you are setting it up for optimum colony survival during the severe winter where you live. I can see that you've used nice thick timbers, which will help with the insulation. Other top bar hives just use a plastic oil drum, which would be no good during a cold winter. Well done!
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