I believe I have done this by linking an external forum. World Wide beekeeping forums. What I do with my bees is MY method, and it may not be right for you. I enjoy answering the questions I can, but I am only one person. Join WWB Forums and you will get a lot more answers that may well be more fitting to your circumstances.
If you DO have a question for me, you can Email me through the address found near the bottom of the ABOUT page, or you can PM me through the forums I recommend you join! I have no problem with comments here, so long as you remember the diversity required in different climates and situations!
Right now, its snowing like mad. I have not been able to check my hives since the start of November, so I am looking forward to the "forecast-ed" 52 degree day that is supposed to happen this coming week. It has been a long hard winter with wind gusts of 50 mph and wind chill temps of -50. I know one hive is done, but the rest are still hanging on, don't ask me how with the brutal cold we have had. Getting in to check supplies and feed if necessary will make me feel a LOT better. We still have possible COLD weather for at least a month and a half, and I have seen it snow FEET in the middle of April, so were not out of the woods yet. If the weather will at least return to normal we will have occasional breaks, like the supposed upcoming 50+ degree day where the bees can MOVE to better stores and I will be a lot more comfortable in my spring plans for splitting and re queening the surviving hives.
The hardest part of beekeeping is not knowing what you will have when the queens you ordered in January arrive in late April. Ordering ten queens for ten hives, and coming through the winter with six hives alive makes life difficult. But! With six good strong hives there should be enough bees by the time the queens arrive that enough splits can be made.
As always, I will update as time inexorably progresses.