Below are some quick photos of the new bee package install. I was bey lucky to get Warren to help me. This package was more robust than I thought so I may be able to do a split soon. I will put up a more detailed post shortly but this is a teaser for my spring installations.
I was looking online at some great photos where beekeepers had painted pictures and other images on their hives and really made great works of art. I thought that this may be a good weekend summer activity for myself and Sophia. I also bought a bunch of new hive bodies to expand so, I need to figure out how I am going to make my BeeMore hives standout. So, here’s how I got my child involved.
I just bought a bunch of new hive bodies boxes to expand my enterprise so, I need to figure out how I am going to make my BeeMore hives standout. So, here’s how I got my child involved.
This past week, we took a short trip to Philly and we spent the two days visiting the various art museums and seeing the historic sites. My daughter is a budding artist and she loves to draw and paint in all mediums so I took this opportunity to get her interested in the bee business. I will devote some more posts to this project and more of the finished products. Below are some photos from Philly that inspired me to start this project.
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I started my bee adventure in 2016, shadowing others, and this spring I got my 1st package. As with all new beekeepers, I have made my mistakes, but I am learning. This site will document my journeys in beekeeping and the startup process of the BeeMore Project.
Below are photos from one of my visit to the hives in September 2016.