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Everything But the Bees

On Friday, we drove to Blue Sky Bee Supply to buy The Engineer a bee jacket and veil.

Then, on Sunday, we took down a dead tree, a preventive measure to prevent it falling on our hive during some future storm. 890 more words

Turn Aside and Look: This Temporary Perishable Earth

Not all flesh is the same: People have one kind of flesh, animals have another, birds another and fish another.
So will it be with the resurrection of the dead.  257 more words


Buzzing in the Mountain Laurel

These are two pieces that I just framed yesterday for the Colors of the Wild show opening this Friday at the Crossland Gallery, 500 W. Paisano.   232 more words


Ball-rolling bees reveal complex learning

Bumblebees can be trained to score goals using a mini-ball, revealing unprecedented learning abilities, according to scientists at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).

Their study, published in the journal… 518 more words

Flow Hive update video

This is an update on my Flow-Hive beehive. For those who haven’t heard, this is a new design that allows you to harvest the honey from outside of the hive directly into jars with little disturbance to the bees. 40 more words

No Dairy

Blooms for bees: March

There is marked change in the garden this month compared to February. Where before the only blooms were snowdrops, hellebores, winter aconites, viburnum and bergenia, March has seen the starry blossoms on the cherry plums come and go and welcomed a profusion of spring flowers. 203 more words

Simple Pleasures

Mankind Will Not Survive The Honeybees

I can remember the days when I was young playing outside and always seeing bees and thinking please don’t sting me.  But as years pass there seems to be a huge change in the bee population as I don’t seem to see them buzzing around as often.  207 more words