Okay, so yesterday was my one-week first inspection! I've got two hives on foundationless frames.. They seem to be doing real good. No pics unfortunately, but I'm sure you guys can visualize it just fine... Pure white comb on almost every frame, some frames almost half full. Not many blossoms here yet, and they drank about a half gallon of syrup. Eggs--check! I could be wrong due to inexperience, but I think I may have seen two queens in one hive? There was a small cluster of bees under the top cover, and upon closer inspection I was almost sure I was looking at the queen in the center with her attendants surrounding, and then I coulda swore I saw another one on one of the frames!
At any rate, both hives were as developed as I could have hoped, and the foundationless frames are working beautifully! I was going to measure the cell size, but there were so many bees on each frame that I would have had to shake them off and I was afraid of damaging the new comb.. I'm thinking that I ought to put another box (all mediums here) on in about a week or two at this rate? Does that sound too soon?