On September 15, 2013 we had a very successful class of beekeepers looking to prepare for winter. We looked through many bee colonies on a beautiful Sunday.
Class participants from out of state came to hopefully learn a few extra tips about over wintering honey bees. Practical application for starting a smoker and keeping it lit was all so addressed during the class. We had a great four hour class including a 20 minute break for some pizza and visiting.
To all the ladies who attended the soap class from the pictures you can see our adventure was a grand success. All who attended the soap class had a chance to weigh, measure, mix and pour. Learning to make Lye based soap carefully and with enough knowledge to begin their soap making adventures for years to come.
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