NooBee Keeping at 4 weeks

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So, my bees and I have been "under the weather". The bees: well, temperatures have been oscillating and there has been a lot of rain. Myself: I don't want to talk about it. This (and the previous video) were late in getting produced and posted. Hopefully we can get back on track. For those that haven't seen our videos before, we're experimenting in NooBee Keeping. We're in it to save the bees and not necessarily for the honey. If the bees go, we follow shortly after. Meaning: if the bees die out, so do we. Bees do an awful lot for humans so it's important for us to do our part and help be a mother of nature. Love your organic lip balm? Hug a bee. Love the honey on your cornbread? Hug a bee. Love your beautiful flowers or booming backyard garden? Hug a bee. This is our best reenactment of humans hugging bees without actually hugging. We were fortunate enough to be able to start two hives this year and it was the kind of thing where it was an impulse. I'd always wanted to have bees but didn't have the time to find out what all it entailed. This video is part 4 in our chronicles of what it means to be a new beekeeper. As always, we're not professionals and we have learned a lot from what we've done wrong. If you have questions about what or why we're doing certain things, feel free to contact us. This video and the music was put together using the Wondershare Filmora program. It is super easy to use but, if you don't give them a bit of money, you'll have to have their logo on your video. It's not going to break the bank for most people and you get a lot out of a subscription level so it's definitely worth it. Check them out if you're looking for an easy editing program. Check out our FB page at:
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