If you love bees ad would love to know more then there is a fascinating post here and if you love French food then look no further and thirdly you have me and my Whimsical Wednesdays so all in all you can add The Royal Opera House to the mix so find a comfy chair and prepare for one of the most interesting reads you may have had for a while…Enjoy!
This series is an opportunity to showcase posts from around our community and the brilliant bloggers who share with us. It would be amazing if you would follow the links to the post I have highlighted and whilst visiting follow and support the blogger.
The first post is from inspirational author Brigid P. Gallagher who has been taking a course in Beekeeping.. this post from last week is the second part, but there is a link to the first.
My beekeeping studies continue – this post follows on from An Inspiring Introduction to Beekeeping
A big thank you to my teachers at The Glasshouses, Killult http://www.natithegloine.com
Smoke is puffed over the top of the frames, to calm the bee colony when inspecting a hive.
Scraps of newspaper are first set on fire inside a metal container in the smoker, before adding pine needles to create smoke for the inspection.
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