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    Which one, Wee Willy? Maptools or the Obeattie site or both of them?
    Kitta

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    Wonder how far bees can fly and still be productive
    I think that might be the origins of the mile to a mile and a half
    Apparently the poor little devils life span is directly linked to their air miles

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    If I'm not mistaken Seeley in "The Wisdom of the Hive" had some interesting observations on this very subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellifera Crofter View Post
    Which one, Wee Willy? Maptools or the Obeattie site or both of them?
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    Only tried Obeattie!
    It's just the combination of tapatalk and my mini iPad that severely impedes navigation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greengumbo View Post
    There is.

    I think i found it on this site ?

    http://www.freemaptools.com/radius-around-point.htm

    export stuff at the bottom.
    Finally got round to giving this a go. Brilliant free tool for Google Earth and works perfectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Bee View Post
    If I'm not mistaken Seeley in "The Wisdom of the Hive" had some interesting observations on this very subject.
    What did he conclude Dark Bee ?
    Ps your Doberman has apparently shrunk in the wash

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Drone Ranger View Post
    What did he conclude Dark Bee ?
    Ps your Doberman has apparently shrunk in the wash
    I shall re read the relevant section and post my findings here for the perusal of your good self and any similarly afflicted souls.
    It is the rain - Irish Mist, which has caused the dobermann (two "n's" please) to reduce in size. If you would like to wash him sometime, we shall be delighted to supply the bandages and various ligatures that may be necessary, in fact a well stocked first aid is advisable. If the last gentleman who attempted to wash him had one of those to hand, his stay in hospital might well have been shorter.

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    He looks so lovely that's how he catches them out I suppose

    Can we really have a big long thread on how to draw a circle ?
    The attention to detail is where I am falling down every time

    Could there be a business opportunity here Lord Sugar---Round Maps
    Last edited by The Drone Ranger; 23-06-2013 at 04:46 PM.

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    You can suss out the forage in a particular area.
    or work out where swarms might come from if you know the local beekeepers. (the non clippers!)
    This is our association apiary with a 2 kilometer radius circle.

    minnowburn-2k-radius.jpg

    On Google earth you can zoom in or out on places of interest.

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    3 miles is IMMENSE!!!

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