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    Thu Aug 15, 2013 2:28 pm
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    Awalde! Welcome back with BIG hugs.

    I was afraid that you'd gotten lost but I've been enjoying your holiday posts. icon_biggrin.gif
    Thu Aug 15, 2013 4:26 pm Groupie
    Hi Ann! Hi all! No, I'm not lost! Thanks for following me...
    Well I scheduled my holiday post (I mean Australia) while I was so busy.
    I had a lot of fun with this: Artichokes Dance. It was the idea of my son; I still would like to write down the recipe in the corrsponding post.
    In the meanwhile we had the honey harvest, again holiday on Crete, and as we came back I'm working with/for my bees again.
    I melted the old wax sheets, filtered the wax and stored to prepare the new one (I will do it in the winter). The empty honey frames have to be cleaned and stored in a safe place...
    At the moment we have to prepare the bees for the winter feeding them with sugar and fight against the parasites (mites) with organic acid.
    On the other side now we have very good weather and I enjoy staying outside... less online time.
    My daughter came back from China after her 5 month intensive Mandarin courses. She had a lot of lovely Chinese food and she enjoyed staying in Beijing. Well now she is enjoying other kind of food and in summer the Mediterranean cuisine including the Middle East one are really top!
    I'm sure she will enjoy your potatoes!
    HUGS dear friends!
    Thu Aug 15, 2013 9:59 pm
    Forum Host
    awalde, the artichokes dance was really great! i love hearing about your bees. i never knew so much was involved in bee keeping. really, i just thought they made honey year round!

    thanks for checking in icon_smile.gif
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