Jorn, ah, now you are a lucky man to have a moped and your bees are within distance. I see so many people riding around on their moped, it has made the life of individuals who have a hard time getting around by walking, bussing, etc. to bring back their desire to hit the road. Many, many people have a terrible issue with even walking due to sore legs, or anything that may afflict their bodies, so these little mopeds lighten their life, their personality and it all makes life happier and more simple. thank you to the one that invented these little machines for people who certainly need them. Great invention for sure.
Now Rusty said something interesting:
"I have found that once "stung" the love of bees and beekeeping can not easliy be given up."
Now some may find this hokey and probably think me a little strange. Speaking of being "stung", I think that beekeeping gets into your blood and is a hard thing to give up as a hobby or whatever form it has become with a person. Maybe the venon of the bees is like a "love potion", maybe it affects certain humans in different ways, some it affects so deeply that they become "in love" with the bees and cannot get this "love of the bees" ever out of their systems. I know that I have a passion for the bees that I could not have realized existed. It is very exciting to go out and watch them, listen to them, bring in the beautiful scents from their hives that I can smell just by being in the general area, I am sure that I will always have a hive of bees, even if I ever get to the point where I could only physically look after one. Actually, if I ever get to that point, I am hoping that I may have a little crew of kids to chose from that I could mentor and help me in years to come, as I hear of so many people on this forum that have helped out their mentors that helped them. Now, that got a little long winded and maybe confusing, sorry, couldn't think of another way to say it. Anyways. Where was I? Got a little lost.
Right, back to mopeds. Ride em' high!!! Great day. Cindi