We had another setback on the bees. Oddly enough, when I was first injured and needing the Husband to do everything for me, our bee management suffered. So we lost one hive, and are probably going to lose another. On the other hand, we… Continue Reading “The Bees Knees”
Things are starting to get back to more normal. I’m working full time again, studying for the PMP exam, and planning for spring on the farm. I can walk in about ten days, and I’m looking forward to sleeping in my own bed.
If you recall, we bought some lockers at MakeICT a few months ago. Many things came up and they sat unfinished by the Quonset Hut. We have a few more to finish. We start with one like this. Then the Husband grinds off the… Continue Reading “Finishing the Lockers”
We decided to check the bees and do our final feeding. We have a laggy hive that we still feed. Well, Hive 1 is two years old. We put a super on this spring. No action in the super. Not sure what to do… Continue Reading “Busy Little Bees”
We are definitely better at this bee thing. Today we took the afternoon off to pick up our bees. We go to our usual guy. He’s just in a neighborhood.
Got the call… Our bees will bee here on Friday! Three new colonies.
The dandelions are blooming which means one thing, time to stop feeding the bees for the winter. They have callery pear and apple trees are blooming, and we have daffodils. S food enough for the bees. Since the one remaining hive really did well… Continue Reading “Just Super!”
So we decided we had too many eggs, and we were going to sell this weekend, come hell or high water. Luckily, at the auction there was a sign available. We got it for five American dollars.
Yet another anti-plastic post. I’m trying to be more sustainable. This one was pretty easy. There are several ways to do this, but this one worked for me, given the way I deal with my wax.
Holy cow we had a lot of honey. From that one hive, we got over 40 bears of honey. I believe the appropriate measurement for honey is bears, right?