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  1. Simo says:

    Nick,I just waetnd to say that I really like the new iPad version of the site.. Nice job!! I’m new to beekeeping and I built my own octagonal top bar hives using inspiration from your site. I’m currently waiting for my package bees so I can get started but I have learned so much about bees and beekeeping here on PTheBeeSpace and I waetnd to thank you! I became aware of the plight of the honeybee a few years ago and so I began paying attention to my local situation out of concern. I became increasingly alarmed because I rarely, if ever, saw honeybees around my garden. And so I began doing more and more research about Varroa mites, Tracheal mites, brood diseases and CCD, until I finally decided that the best option was to take matters into my own hands and put in a couple of top bar hives here at my home. I decided to try the octagonal hive because it seemed more natural (in all honesty.. I was going to try to build pdodecagonal hives but felt that it was beyond my woodworking skills) and I waetnd to provide the girls as natural environment as I could while still being able to monitor the hive for trouble. So now my hives are built and I await my package bees (Italian/Carniolan cross) and I feel less overwhelmed because of your site and the eloquence of your explanations and observations. For that sir, I thank you and I look forward to more from TheBeeSpace!-Lindsay

  2. mccartney says:

    Who is Nick?

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