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Welcome RBK. We are a very outspoken but welcoming bunch.
 

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welcome.....

this site has very good and knowledgeable people on it with very strong opinions so expect banter..confrontation...comradre....very little is assumed and accepted at facevalue without question....so thick skin and humor is required :)
Sage words of wisdom!

Welcome to GIM Roguebeekeeper.
 

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My Great Great Great Grandfather Alfred Cordon was one of the first bishops of Willard which is right by Brigham City. Maybe they all knew each other.
Sounds like a line from Monty Python. :)

Welcome aboard sir. Be careful, bullion has a habit of sliding off the starboard side.
 
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Welcome RBK.. I had tried my hand at recreational bee keeping. Love the little guys and hope to be able to try my hand at it again.
 

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You guys are funny, SB is a he........................mmm.

Golden Regards
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I was. Never registered with the State (Utah wants $50 a year to rent to me my rights). All my colonies collapsed but I got used to using the name. I appreciate the welcome.
Welcome Beekeeper.

My dad tried that hobby while I was still a quite young. I still remember the sunny day the queen escaped and moved the whole hive into a nearby tree.

Good times. (watching my older brother climb that tree to retrieve the hive and getting stung about a dozen times )

He was successful in retrieving the whole hive using a long stick out of a tall cottonwood tree. No small feat. :tongue:
 

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Better late to the party than never. So welcome Rogue Beekeeper.
 

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