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    I have a few little problems at home........

    Luckily our local bees are very friendly and we have never been stung....We actually fed the sugar water during the drought. But if they are still there tonight we will have to ring a swarm collector.









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    Would be a good excuse not to pay some bills for a while.

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    gah! that's crazy!! and i thought all the snails in my mail box were worth complaining about.

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    Wow. Thats really cool.
    My co worker has bees as a hobby and he was telling me some really interesting stuff about them the other day, like how farmers pay big bucks to have hives placed near certain crops and how they reproduce. They are amazing little critters.
    Nice letterbox to by the way.


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    OMG is that really your letter box?? That is crazy, bee's scare the jeebus out of me!
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    Another wow! Cant say I'm fond of bees either , now my skin is crawling lol
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    Wow they are amazing pictures!

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    OMG that looks amazing... scary, but amazing. I have never seen anything like it

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    We had a swarm that stayed for over a week in the neighbour's rose bush, giving anyone walking by along the footpath a hard time.

    We ended up calling the local bee catcher.

    You can get them to move along using smoke from dry leaves, but then you don't know where they will go and it could be worse - like inside the walls of your house.

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    They are gone.......Phewwww, no idea where
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