A little planning can go a long way for a garden. And a lot of planning can go right out the window when the unexpected crops up. We didn’t expect 80 degrees in March, rodents of unusual talent, or a swarm of bees in May. We’ve adjusted our plan here and there, letting go of … Continue reading The Fox Plot grows a very small farmer
Last post, I mentioned that once bees decide they will swarm, there is no turning back. Last Sunday, several hundred bees found their way into the garage, where the extra beekeeping equipment is kept. Smelling like honey and cozy like home, the bees are attracted to the empty frames in supers and brood boxes. At … Continue reading Swarm!
**I wrote this over a week ago, then didn’t have internet for a bit, so didn’t get it posted. Better late than never! When I was a small girl, I was a bit enamored by the bunny rabbit. He seemed so sweet and fuzzy, even a bit shy. He even brought jellybeans and chocolates at … Continue reading Small woodland creatures, how I loathe you