Happy New Year from Mt. Coramba Apiculture.
Thank you and Happy New Year to the fantastic landowners in the Orara Valley who are allowing me to place hives on their land.
Jodie Williams, Dave Forde & Kathryn Forde, Reg & Viv Landsdowne you are the most generous people I know. Thanks for putting up with me coming & going at strange hours. The Orara Valley is a beekeepers paradise.
My Fantastic Retailers
Thank you to Dale, Sandra and the staff at BP Coramba. You are absolute stars.
Best wishes to Stan, Shaun & staff at the Nana Glen General Store. Thanks for taking me on.
Huge thanks to Jack & Christine at Beetween Friends. Jack & Christine are the sweetest, hardest working people I know.
Thanks to everyone who ordered nucleus hives and queen bees from me. It has been a great pleasure meeting all of you. To those who are still waiting please be patient. I will have your honey bee nucs out to you soon.
Thank you to everyone who made the trip out to Nana Glen and purchased local, raw & real honey from our farm gate. Don’t forget that we have moved to our new location just down the road at 235 Morrows Road, Nana Glen.
Thank you Stephanie Luck for helping me sort my finances out with the Reckon One software. Thanks also for sharing my posts with the Orara Valley Progress Association facebook site. Your support has helped me immensely.
Allan Thomas from Beekeeping Basics has been a huge supporter. Allan runs the best beginners beekeeping course that I know of, and we prefer to sell bees to people who have completed a beekeeping course.
Happy New Year to Giant Media. Huge thanks to Bryn Good and his team at Giant Media. Orara Valley Honey and my other website Functional Food Safety consistently rank on the front page of Google. They have also done some fantastic graphic design work for my honey labelling.
My Gorgeous Sweetheart.
Thank you, Anne Webster, for loving me.
Lastly, I want to thank my hardworking bees. Beekeeping has fascinated me since I was a teenager. I learn something new about beekeeping every day. We plan to increase hive numbers going into winter and to be bigger & better in the new near.
Bring on 2017.