At least I hope the display is now resolved–it seems to be fine in Edge, Firefox, and Chrome. Ò¿Ó Advertisements
I’ve discovered that there is a display issue with Google Chrome. I’m working on resolving this, but if you load the site and it appears blank except for the sidebar, please just scroll down until you get to the content. That is not happening in Edge or Firefox. Sorry for the inconvenience.
…or doesn’t mean. In many places, the spring nectar flow is over and some beekeepers may be harvesting honey. When you look at the label you may see “raw” honey. Here is a good discussion of that may mean from HoneybeeSuite. It’s a lot like the word “natural” used on labels. Your best bet is […]
There are pros and cons of working freelance; however, one of the good things about it is that you can declare a “mental health” day when needed (within reason). Since I’m having a hiatus (but expecting incoming work so I know that I can’t do it again for a while, I’ve declared today a “duvet […]
It was clear and sunny this morning with only a bit of steady breeze, so I lit the smoker and invaded the girls’ living quarters to see how they are settling in. The colony seems to be doing well–given that I only installed the package on 14 April in an almost-brand-new hive with no drawn […]
I’ve had a leisurely day–studying about bees in hopes of taking the Journeyman exam at the NC State Beekeepers Association meeting this summer, and as usual when anywhere near access to the internet, doing a little browsing that, inevitably, leads to food or something closely related to it (if not bees or honey). I found […]
On a chilly, grey, drizzly day, what could be better than a good book, a cat, and maybe a big mug of hot cocoa? If you’d like a glimpse into the bee hive, I’d recommend “Bees Make the Best Pets” for an hour or so of delightful reading. It’s also available for Kindle. Jack Mingo has […]