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estebanana

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Bee keeping communities 

I started keeping bees about four or five years ago. A farmer named Tsukamoto-san taught me how to set up a hive box the country Japanese way to create bee habitat.

He knew so much about bees I started calling him Bee Sensei, and his nickname kind spread and others started calling him that too. He died last year, I was very fond of him. I’ll put up a photo of him.

Bee sensei helped me with many things, he was an angel. He was a retired temple carpenter who was a country farmer. Sort of a skinny Tom Bombadil, he could talk to 🐝 I think…


https://youtu.be/oR3V-ft9b0c

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RE: Bee keeping communities (in reply to estebanana

Interesting vid. In the UK, in some places, it seems more people keep bees than don't.

Right from the start of the forum there have always been sporadic flare-ups of people taking exception to the off-topic section getting a bit too busy. Along with dramatic announcements of future non-participation.

You've got to wonder why they don't just ignore it and concentrate on the other sections.
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estebanana

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RE: Bee keeping communities (in reply to estebanana

I’d like to know more about bee keeping in the UK. I’m just into them because I find bees’ social collective mesmerizing. My friends and family or course want the honey.

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