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When Good Bees Turn Bad

“Honey bees don’t want to sting you.”  I tell school children this all the time when I conduct outreach events on behalf of our local beekeeping association.  What I don’t tell the children is that my statement is only partially true.  Honey bees do want to sting you in the months of July and August.  During this period, our naturally docile bees turn into hell on wings.    

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Favorite Pictures from 2020

You can tell quite a bit about people by what they choose to photograph.  Every picture represents a moment in time when someone thought, “This is something I want to remember later.”  At the end of the year, I like to scroll through my pictures to see the year in review and to share some of my favorite pictures with you.  I’m not sure what it says about me that I have more pictures of dogs and bees than I do of people.  I don’t have any selfies either.  I think the best “selfie” that captures me is what you see in these photos. Continue reading