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    Default You know you scored enough honey

    When you listen to the seat belt chime dinging on a 1 hour commute home and think somethings wrong with your truck, then realize its the cases of honey sitting on the passenger seat next to you that's triggering it, and a 5 gallon bucket is sitting on the floor.

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    When you don't have a a single empty carboy or keg and you start thinking, "Hey, this is a good chance to test aging in a plastic bucket."

    Congratulations on your big score!

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    Sounds like a good haul to me!! Looking forward to what becomes of them as well...
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    or you start removing racks in the house refrigerator.

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    It's like going to the grocery store when you're hungry. It tasted like the best Orangeblossom I've seen yet. was only planning on five gallons

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    Wait, you can score enough honey?!
    Bees stole my signature file!

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    I think there is no such thing but this ought to hold me for a while.

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    Always buckle in your honey. Always.
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    I cannot imagine scoring too much honey at all.

    My favourite technique is going to the farmer's market where I buy my honey from this nice lady, and I take her a bottle of my latest batch, and she gives me free honey or huge discounts, depending on which honeys I'm wanting at that time. (=

    -- Steve

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    I cannot imagine scoring too much honey at all.

    My favourite technique is going to the farmer's market where I buy my honey from this nice lady, and I take her a bottle of my latest batch, and she gives me free honey or huge discounts, depending on which honeys I'm wanting at that time. (=

    -- Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelley View Post
    Always buckle in your honey. Always.
    I just saw your avatar, I always buckle in my honey, I hope he does too!
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