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Mark Hall Works With Bees PDF Print E-mail
Written by Hallmark Art Glass   
Tuesday, 19 August 2008


 No, we're not joking...Honey

  Mark Hall has been,

  once again, working

  with the bees at the end

  of this year's honey season.











Mark has been helping out in the "honey house" extracting the honey and beeswax from the

honeycombs. Look who got caught with his fingers in the honeypot!














Beeswaxextracting the honey



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