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    What a heartwarming tale of your family's beekeeping legacy! It's clear that your dad's dedication and expertise paid off, winning first prize three years in a row is truly impressive. The memories you've shared of working alongside him and your late brother in the apple orchards and extracting honey in the family house sound like cherished moments.

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    Wonder if that saying “ your the bees knees “ was originally extracted from a honeycomb.JS
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    No, that was the Bees wax.
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    Should have known that as worked with the poorer company’s , if there is such a thing , and they only supplied unwaxed sail twine, said you will probably only use it when sewing up bodies that may have expired by over eating and whose going to question about it being sewn correctly lying at least 50. Fathoms down. JS
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    What a heartwarming tale of your family's beekeeping legacy! It's clear that your dad's dedication and expertise paid off, winning first prize three years in a row is truly impressive. The memories you've shared of working alongside him and your late brother in the apple orchards and extracting honey in the family house sound like cherished moments.

    If your love for bees and honey persists, you might find BeesNearby to be a valuable resource. They offer a wealth of information and connections for beekeepers of all levels, providing a platform to learn and grow in this fascinating hobby.

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