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Exactly the same here

It's crazy. There is no active Manuka to bother speaking off. 3/4 of Golden bay gets wind most of the summer when the suns out. When there is no wind it's cloudy and about to rain.

We live at the beginning of the inlet and look across to where the lakes are. The lakes are great for swimming, in the summer the black water really heats up . Esp on the dozen or so days it

I've had land owners offered cash to have hives placed on the same block as mine , and thats for ryegrass haha . I'm only small fry so feel for the guys that have invested their whole livelyhood in building up a business , only to have it put at risk through greed or ignorance , or both . 

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It's crazy.

There is no active Manuka to bother speaking off.

3/4 of Golden bay gets wind most of the summer when the suns out.

When there is no wind it's cloudy and about to rain.

The local nectar sources are unreliable in their flowering.

I can not see any more beeks coming out our way. The wind will blow them back .

 

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23 minutes ago, kaihoka said:

It's crazy.

There is no active Manuka to bother speaking off.

3/4 of Golden bay gets wind most of the summer when the suns out.

When there is no wind it's cloudy and about to rain.

The local nectar sources are unreliable in their flowering.

I can not see any more beeks coming out our way. The wind will blow them back .

 

Exactly the same here:D

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2 hours ago, kaihoka said:

It's crazy.

There is no active Manuka to bother speaking off.

3/4 of Golden bay gets wind most of the summer when the suns out.

When there is no wind it's cloudy and about to rain.

The local nectar sources are unreliable in their flowering.

I can not see any more beeks coming out our way. The wind will blow them back .

 

I was sightseeing out your way yesterday with the kids (Knuckle Hill & Kaihoka Lakes), a stunning piece of New Zealand. 

 

I would highly recommend it to anyone, pushy corporation keepers excluded. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Josh said:

I was sightseeing out your way yesterday with the kids (Knuckle Hill & Kaihoka Lakes), a stunning piece of New Zealand. 

 

I would highly recommend it to anyone, pushy corporation keepers excluded. 

 

 

We live at the beginning of the inlet and look across to where the lakes are.

The lakes are great for swimming, in the summer the black water really heats up .

Esp on the dozen or so days it does not blow here .

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