the Hatada honey shed

With tremendous  help from the Hatada sea, mountain and forest project I  started my first honey bee shed.  Once finished I won’t need to take my tools each time in to the apiary.  Hopefully she be done by February, Not to keen on putting the roof on though.

Back to the bees

I like reflecting.

2016 marked the year I became a bee-haver and not a bee keeper, a little black mark which ultimately set me back a few years. You see I have the tendency to bite off more than I can chew and this year I literally choked myself working for Project Shunyoso also while doing a full time job, some coding and occasionally working at hotel anaga,  Once again I had put myself in the fast lane of life and burning rubber I didn’t have.

Recover

Sometime in January I came off my motorbike cough motor scooter and long story short, It was an icy day I wasn’t going fast, I braked on a manhole and can ned my ass off.

A few weeks past and my knee really started ache and eventually my whole body too. Normally, Well I used to bounce back pretty fast, but 2016 was just roller coaster of mess after mess.

2017 goals

  1. Walk more
  2. Cycle more
  3. Drink more water
  4. Sleep more
  5. Apple vinegar (for some reason does really work so keep that up)
  6. and bee-keep more.
    Simple goals for a simple life, 2017 I welcome your challenge. 🙂 lol

 

Cutter supreme

Designed to cut grass at low revolutions this weed whacker blade pays for itself in just a day or two of work.  The double slit Iwama does exactly what it claims to do, slice through grass at extreme cost performance.

After a good 40 hours using this blade and I must say I am most happy with the its smooth use.

Pros

  1. Great on gas and electric machines.
  2. Save gas; I haven’t tried a 4 stroke machine yet, but on two strokes I am using around half of what I used too.
  3. Kicks butt on clover, absolutely amazing.

Cons

  1. Not for heavy cutting.