Well, life happens and you get all distracted and, next thing you know, a lot of time has gone by.
I think about blogging, but then I feel like I need to do something substantive to make up for all the not-blogging, and so I just post something fast on Facebook instead. But I limit my Facebook friends to people I know in person, which means everyone else loses out.
I am going to try to do more here. I do enjoy blogging; I just need to get back in shape, and maybe not be so ambitious with every post.
Lucy and Jackson are doing fine, as you can see in the photo above. They're sitting in front of a bee tree I found at the dog park.
Speaking of: My hive survived the winter and I plan to do a harvest soon. Swarm season also has begun. I missed a call yesterday, but today I just ran across this swarm while walking the dogs. Funny how that keeps happening to me.
I went home and got my gear and put those girls in the box. I knew someone would want them. Sure enough, there was a guy at To Bee Or Not To Bee buying his first hive, so Vicki sent him over and the bees went home with him.
Here they are on the doorstep of the box after I put the lid on. They've got their little butts in the air, fanning out the scent that says, "Hey, everyone! The queen's in here!" (Click to the photo to see it larger.)
I'm here, too!
good to see you again! :o) and check you out in your bee-gear! cool.ReplyDelete
Nice to see you posting!ReplyDelete
glad you're back - I was just looking at your blog yesterday and reminiscing over the good ol' days when you were a frequent poster :)ReplyDelete
I f you find another swarm, I think Rosedale Gardens is looking for one - both hives died over the winter. I have the apprentice beekeeper's number if needed.
PS - Cara is looking for a camera - what kind is yours again? I'll give you a call.
Hey Kitt - Great to see you back!ReplyDelete
Good to see you and the pups again!ReplyDelete
Glad to see you! And the dogs & bees, your constant companions.ReplyDelete
I thought of you last weekend while I listened to the bees in the apple tree, thinking about where I'd like to have a hive one day.ReplyDelete
"I think about blogging, but then I feel like I need to do something substantive to make up for all the not-blogging, and so I just post something fast on Facebook instead."ReplyDelete
This made me laugh. The wired world SERIOUSLY messes with our minds.
I, too, am glad you're back. And right now I'm going to post a picture on my blog of what may, or may not, be burr comb. Hoping you'll drop by to offer an opinion.
Thanks, everyone! It's nice to be back.ReplyDelete