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Time: September 22, 2012 from 10am to 11:30am
Location: Strathpine City/Town: Strathpine Event Type: garden, get, together
Organized By: Lissa Latest Activity: Oct 1, 2012
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Bee event has been cancelled.
If anyone would like to come along for a regular garden get together sharing morning tea and swapping / sharing seed and produce etc, please let me know.
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Back online :) All phones and net functioning.
I've been off the net for the past two weeks - problem still isn't fixed (doing this from work at 6.30am).
We need numbers for this event to happen - if I'm still silent, and you want confirmation before driving to my place phone me on 0414445581.
The landline is VOIP and connected to my internet, so just sounds like it's engaged all the time. Do not phone it.
7 plus kids :)
8 to go.....
Can't see why not Carolyn. You could message Errol and ask him :)
Do native bee hives and Honey bee hives mix well on the same 20 acre property? One of so many questions I have. See you there :)
I am very excited about this event. May have 8 year old superboy in tow...
I also saw one lone honey bee yesterday and got quite a surprise. It's been a long time since I saw one around.
When I was a kid on Bribie we had a couple of hives at our primary school and the gent would come along and extract the honey with his spinning tub thing for us all to see. I had always wanted to keep my own bees - I'll settle for my native bees for the moment.
Not a problem Carolyn :)
My husband and I were so excited to see 1 lone honey bee after no sightings for years in our bush just yesterday, and we were talking about keeping bees:) This is very exciting, so please save space for 2. We have 3 (very well behaved!!) kids, 3,5,7, who would be equally interested. Would it be ok to bring them along? Thanks Carolyn and Bart
Well, that makes three of us lol. Only 12 to go.
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