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hi I'm in california and plan on travelling cross country this month. I'm looking for some nice stops to make along the way and maybe work for a few days with someone that has bees. really looking forward to learn and help out. Could anyone help me find what I'm looking for? dont really know where to look. thanks!
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Bee Keeping is the maintanece of the honey bees in hive by the human. A person who collect the bees and take care of the bees is known as the bee keeper or apiarist, they collect the bee for there honey and for the wax of there hive. A place where the bees can be putting  is known as the apiary. 
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