Gloucester born & bred, Beekeeper, Allotmenteer, Beeswax chandler, Angler, English vigneron, (all views expressed are my own) http://t.co/ZZ9XBjq7sE
Allotment produce gets into first gear
Is this what the Bee books mean by Honey flow? 1 gallon of honey later
with the frames uncapped place in the extractor
Honey starting to ooze out of the cells
Using a thermostatically controlled knife melt the wax cappings
First of all obtain your frame of capped honey (girls permitting!)
Eggy crumpets,Bacon and cold potato drizzled with Olive Oil
The Koi love sunbathing. Do they need suncream?
This imprint was left on the window when a pigeon flew straight into it!!
Same location #supermoon over #Gloucestershire
The Moon at #Perigree from #Littledean Hill #Gloucestershire. #Severnbore tomorrow and Monday. #Gloucestershire Spring
Picture of Brian the friendly #Quedgeley #blackbird at least 10 years old who was found dead this morning. RIP Brian
#frogspawn in #quedgeley two weeks later than 2010. #Koi carp waiting for it to hatch for protein rich food!
The true first sign of #Spring
This is surely the first sign of Spring!
This was one of 5 slowworms I dug up on the Allotment
Keeping a lookout for a garden pond and lunch, Herbert the Heron
Gloucestershire History no more
Checked the Bees today it appears that some of them from Hive No 2 have been out playing in the Snow
Redwing eating the berries in the Holly tree
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