A Bee Hive

It was fun to get to see the bees in the new hive at the farm where I have a CSA share for this year.

They were as busy as a … well, they were pretty busy.

The farm purchased about a pound of them from Louisiana, and they are doing very well in their new hive.

I also picked up my second batch of fresh produce from the farm.

I’ll be serving a lot of fresh veggies this week.

Update: I made a delicious Meatless Monday salad with all seasonal vegetables from the farm — lettuce, Hakurei turnips, radishes, snap peas, and carrots.

About Marcy

I blog about trying to get out of my comfort zone, completing 101 things in 1001 days (and beyond), and writing my memoirs. My book: Timid No More.

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8 Responses to A Bee Hive

  1. I’d like dinner reservations at your home please!
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  2. sammy says:

    That produce looks amazing – would love to be involved with something like that. Save me some salad .xx
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  3. Oh no, no, no no & NO! I don’t do bugs or insects of ANY kind. Eeek my skin is crawling now. LOL! But the produce looks amazing!!!! 😀
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  4. I love the beehive! Wow — I’m almost jealous, because I love the idea of handling one but I’m not sure I’d have the guts to actually do it. Kudos to you. Very cool.
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    • Marcy says:

      Thanks, but I didn’t actually handle them. That’s a beekeeper. I did get close enough for the close-ups, though, which was plenty close for me. 🙂

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