A beekeeper hobby

I enjoy to go on trip. Who doesn’t, right? But I am not someone who needs a huge resort or fancy hotels and meals and adventures. I enjoy simple getaways that don’t cost an arm and a leg and that just bring relaxation and peace with them. One of the things to do to do is go to 1 of the nearby mountain towns and rent a humble lodge. I can bring my dog along, and she gets a trip too. ONe of the fun things to do during the country atmosphere is to go to craft stores and roadside stands for cute things and delicious food. The last time I headed off on my little adventure, I discovered a roadside honey stand. I decided to stop and see if I wanted to get anything. I was so ecstatic I stopped because I enjoyed getting to guess the beekeeping person who was there at the table. I did not really guess the person was going to be the actual beekeeper, despite the fact that he was. He told myself and others all about how honey has natural properties to help with seasonal flu symptoms. He told myself and others all about duties of beekeeping and the struggles of taking care of the bees and ensuring there is always a healthy queen bee. He also told myself and others about how some of the critters are now endangered and it is up to the beekeeping community to make sure they are not eradicated. As such, bee removal and relocation is the way to get rid of them if they become pests in your home. There is a lot of compassion for the bees that shows through in this person when he speaks about his prized honey-makers. Of course, I bought a huge jar of honey and still have it in my cupboard.

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