Tough old day in the Lammermuirs yesterday with Eilidh and Douglas, desperately trying to get the last of the bees home. Should’ve been home weeks ago but incredibly wet weather and now heavy snow has made it almost impossible! Managed to get home in time for the rugby though! Have a fantastic Sunday folks! Much love from Hoods Honey HQ!
Productive morning yesterday, using a quad to get the bees home from the hills owing to the very wet ground! Although many of us have woken up with Christmas dreams in tatters, stay strong, love those around you, drink wine, eat After Eights, listen to the Pogues and it will all get better soon! Anything ordered up until midnight tonight will still make it before the big guy comes and the shop is open today 10 until 4pm! Have a great Sunday folks, Honey hugs being sent from HQ!
This was us first ‘siting’ our lovely bees at the Scottish Parliament. This is a critical part of what we do to ensure the bees wellbeing; – Always facing south, so they stay in the arc of the sun as it moves from East to West during the day. – Sheltered from the prevailing West wind. – Never closer than a metre from each other -early social distancing! – Dotted around, rather than in rows, so it’s easier for them to find their hive, rather than them ‘drifting’ to the first or last hive. – Levelled using a spirit level, with a slight ‘run’ forward,