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Sunday, March 07, 2004


Wings clipped

Darn. We just had the beehive installed -- containing about 30,000 bees -- when the phone call came from the owner of the house we've been in for eight years -- she needs the house for her cousin. So we, and the bees, are going to have to find new homes.

It's easier for them than for us. We were just beginning to study beekeeping and getting to know our companions (a few of which seem to find their way into the house every other day or so and have to be escorted out).

The bees will be fine. We are very concerned with finding another affordable rental (with a good kitchen, of course!) in this tight market.

(More on bees -- the ultimate Free Range creatures -- after a while. Need to deal with this sudden crisis.)


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