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11  Re: Honey I'm Home in Discussion and Questions by Buttermilk on: July 01, 2008 09:18:59 PM
I have a fuzzy photo of the comb but you can see in the foreground the uncapped cells that I was referring to.
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12  Honey I'm Home in Discussion and Questions by Buttermilk on: July 01, 2008 06:21:39 PM
My husband has been a beekeeper for over thirty five years.  He recently added two new hives to our group.  I thought you would enjoy seeing how one hive can produce a variety of types.  Each jar is a rendered amount from the same hive, but different seasons.  Summer seasons mean loads of clover for the bees.  That is the honey that is sweetest, and very light.  Fall weather and spring has such heavy nectar choices for the bees that they end up with dark and rich tasting honey.  Each has a flavor unique from the other, and remember they are from the same bee hive--just different times of year!  The wax is wonderful.  There is no scent in the world more heavenly than freshly harvested combs of bee hives.  Well, maybe the scent of our grandchildren while they sleep in our arms tops it, but the honey is heavenly!
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13  Sweet Sailing! in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by Buttermilk on: June 30, 2008 03:57:30 PM

My littlest Granddaughter gives me new chances to create!
The Fourth of July is around the corner and she NEEEEEEDED to be the little fashionista of course!

I made this romper one piece item by adapting Simplicity 9602. 


I made puffy sleeves and added a different collar that I drew onto some leftover fabric.

I added rick-rack and decorative stitching.  AND A RED BOW!  She's going to knock em dead at the fireworks don't you think?
 Grin  Am I a most wunnnerfullest Granny or what?   Wink
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