Tag Archives: Emergency

Episode-259 – Feeding Top Bar Beehive

Tony Teolis/ January 26, 2015/ Honey Bees/ 0 comments

What a good time for me today as I checked in on the top bar hive.  That’s colony D and the survivor of 5 hives in 5 years. Not good odds but a chance for survival is underway. This video shows the top bar hive cluster and it was time to top them up. I was concerned they don’t have

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Feed The Bees During This Warm Winter Break

Tony Teolis/ December 22, 2013/ Honey Bees/ 0 comments

It was 70 degrees Fahrenheit in northern Virginia today the Saturday before Christmas 2013. It is supposed to be 70 and rainy all day tomorrow through Monday and the bees were out and active and I was too as a good check inside the hive revealed their shallow stores for the remaining winter. They had already plowed through the frame

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Warm Up With This Winter Heat Review Part 2

Tony Teolis/ December 11, 2013/ Preparedness/ 0 comments

Here’s the video that show how I safely prepare the space heaters for an advancing winter storm of ice and snow. I also put the 12volt battery on charge to get ready for any power outage. The system I present provides 800 watts of power and has been used to power a TV, bread maker and some lights at the

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Episode-214- Mark Progress Since The Journey Start

Tony Teolis/ September 4, 2013/ Preparedness/ 0 comments

ChrisMartenson warns (The Periphery Is Failing) that there are only a couple of weeks or a couple of months left until the fat lady sings. That will mark the end of the continuous credit supply world banks have been providing to keep the party going. It’s an ominous scenario he presents and one not to be ignored. It also needs

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