Wordless Wednesday: Beekeeper’s Delight

by Tammy Taylor~

Ever since beginning our beekeeping endeavor, I can no longer just merrily bounce across the grass. Now I'm taking very deliberate steps to assure I don't step on one of our honey-makers! #TaylorMadeHomestead

Ever since beginning our beekeeping endeavor, I can no longer just merrily bounce across the grass.  Now I’m taking very deliberate steps to assure I don’t accidentally step on one of our honey-makers!

~TMH~

(You can see ALL our posts about beekeeping HERE)

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C’mon by & sit a spell!  Come hang out at our ~TMH~ Facebook Page . It’s like sitting in a front porch rocker with a glass of cold iced tea.  There are lots of good folks sharing!  And you can also follow along on Pinterest, Twitter or GooglePlus.

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4 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Beekeeper’s Delight

  1. Vickie Westcamp

    LOL – me too! Those little girls work so hard, it would be a shame to step on one… and painful!

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  2. candace

    The Bee photo is so beautiful. We worry about all our pollinators here in SW Oregon with all the spraying on forest lands, roadsides and even in misguided citizens yards. I live in the country and I don’t want a city yard, Thank You Very Much. I can’t control drift and damage done to insects that migrate across the road. Doesn’t look like federal protections will offer any help either.

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    1. Taylor-Made Homestead Post author

      Thank you for your sweet words, Candace. I’m careful to care for our outside spaces in a way that’s healthy to our bees, and they return the favor by providing a bountiful harvest. And HONEY! ~TMH~

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