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Thanks Mike. This will go into my list of uses for one of my favorite foods (honey).

About 25 years ago, I was an amateur beekeeper. I discovered a lot of great things about honey...... The one that stands out for me is how local raw honey contains relief for local pollen allergies. It made a lot of sense.....

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I remember you telling me that, Mike. I've got your loaner bee suit when you come through town.

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I remember you telling me that, Mike. I've got your loaner bee suit when you come through town.
I think that I still have mine..... I invested in one that had the face net zippered to the coveralls. It only took one bee inside my netting to convince me to upgrade from the old "tie on" style....


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I bought this suit a couple of years ago. It's designed for afracanized bees.

Since those bees are becoming more prevalent in the US especially Texas, I thought it better to be prepared for the possibility.

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The big difference is it is a lot cooler in the summer time. The lady who makes them also custom made it for my height and weight.

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I bought this suit a couple of years ago. It's designed for afracanized bees.

Since those bees are becoming more prevalent in the US especially Texas, I thought it better to be prepared for the possibility.

Golden Bee Products

The big difference is it is a lot cooler in the summer time. The lady who makes them also custom made it for my height and weight.
I like it......

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