I know you have all been on the edge of your seats, wondering how this all went down. Not to worry, dear friends – I have managed to conquer a major fear and turn it into a fascination – perhaps even a life-long passion. It’s all about education and appreciation. And maybe that is true about a lot of things.

So without further ado, my contribution to an Earth Day celebration of how ultimately amazing this Earth is, as are all the creatures that inhabit it, both large and small; a recognition of how each of us can do a little something to make the world a better place or to make life a little easier for someone else; and last but not least, the release of 15,000 bees….

Let them be Bees! Let them be Free!

(P.S. Interested in a hive? Contact us! Jeff could probably be talked into building another one!)


Blythe · April 24, 2012 at 9:02 pm

Thanks, Walt & Jan! So nice of you to stop by! And so fun to share how we’ve been trying to make them an ideal place to live and thrive!

Walt · April 24, 2012 at 4:51 pm

Blythe: Fantastic job installing your bees !!! When Jan and I visited you the day after you installed the girls they were all smiling and singing. Good luck with the bees.

Walt & Jan

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