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Bee Fever Treatment

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Just to nice out today, made 15 above in the shade. Hadda go find the bee pad and the greenhouse.




and make a pathway to it.


Guess I was having too much fun, forgot to stop:O






Just think it's 'cool' the way the snow stops.


Fnt shot of the B-112


B-112 Heading out, job done


Whoops, forgot the woodpile




Warning up


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PhanDad
Glad you hear you had your first heat wave; that should mean no more cold artic air heading my way and I can take the snowblower off and get ready for spring. I figure it must be a lock now since the groundhog also said winter was done. Thanks for sharing the pics. I also love that blue cloudless sky!

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Michiganmobileman
Thanks for the pics Marty.
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Just think it's 'cool' the way the snow stops.
That is kinda interesting in a way8D. Are you warming up the greenhouse up to get plants started already? When does your ground warm up enough to be planting a garden? Greg

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Greg, too early to start plants out there yet, it was just a beautiful day out, been in the shop learning how to be a 4 wheeler mec and nic so I blew snow. Just started the fire to get that snow cap off the stove pipe you can see in the pic of the B-112 rear side shot.:) Was pretty thick frost on the inside plactic too. Third week of May can plant out side using floating row cover.

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