I did find the queen in this swarm. She looked like a virgin to me. Although sometimes when they stop feeding the queen she can shrink up a bit so they can swarm. I hope everyone is enjoying the short posts lately. I haven’t had much time to write anything of substance. 

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    1. I know what you mean about the time. We have been up to so much,but no time to post. Last weekend we put together a binoral microphone set up, sounds great.

      Keep pup the short posts, love hearing from you…

      Ho, I have a Furnished booked for a few weeks. More info later.

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