I moved the empty boxes out of the truck while he placed them. Sadly there was one hive that just didn't survive. It was already weak this spring and it just died out. It happens. While there were other hives that were quite strong and full of busy bees making honey.
Once I was done moving boxes I was free to take photos. And photos is what I took. Mind you it was hot and humid and we're completely tricked out in safety gear. Full canvas jacket with netted hood, full length leather gloves, long pants, and long socks. Whew...toasty! Melty even. Nonetheless...it was fun to get some great shots today.
On the list of things to get "someday" will be a macro lens for the camera. I was very happy with the photos I got but I would sure love to get some really tight detailed photos.
Where can you get some of this great tasting honey? You can get it off the website by clicking HERE. Or if you're local to west central Minnesota you can find it these fine retail establishments too:
Very Vintage in Litchfield MN
Peaceful Thymes in Atwater MN.
Cornerstone Cafe in Willmar MN.