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Saturday, June 24, 2006

The Swarm


Imagine the alarm that we had when a swarm of bees showed up in our front yard the other night. We called a friend who told us that it is common for honey bees to do this and that they would move on the next day when the weather warmed up. The following morning they were still there, but by the middle of the afternoon they were gone.

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5 Comments:

Blogger Anne-Marie said...

My brother and sister are quite alrmist about bees- they scream and run at the sight of them. I'm a little more relaxed around them,and find the hierarchy quite fascinating.

Cheers,
AM

5:42 PM

 
Blogger Gef said...

Yes that sure is true. BTW did you see my new pup from Darksky Alaskan Malamutes? He's a real spunk.
Have a great one

George

4:26 PM

 
Blogger VallyP said...

That's so strange Paul. I was walking in the country yesterday and had this wierd image that I was going to be attacked by a swarm of bees. Then I come home and read your blog...gulp!

When I lived on the farm in SA, we had a swarm of bees that made their hive under my children's bedroom. It was terrible because they used to come up through the floorboards, and my poor little baby daughter got stung several times. In fact the first word whe ever said was 'bee'!

11:54 AM

 
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