Friday, July 1, 2011

Day #262 Bee Club Picnic & the Declaration of Independence

Every Fourth of July, first thing in the morning, for the past thirty years or so, I've read the entire Declaration of Independence (which is about 28 times more than most Americans have read that document). Then, spaced out over the rest of the day, I read the Constitution -- the whole blinkin' thing! (which is 30 times more than most Americans have read it).

This year, I challenge you to go to and get your own copy to read. It'll give you an idea of what the fireworks are all about. Here's a link to the page where you can download a high-resolution copy. 

Ain't technology grand?

Now, on to bees...

(c) 2011 Terri Tattan
With the holiday coming up, a time when so many families go on picnics, I thought I’d show you what the Gwinnet Beekeepers Club does at picnics.

We inspect Bee Hives, of course!

These pictures come from the June picnic/meeting. They were taken by Terri Tattan, a relatively new member. She won the raffle for a 10-frame hive that had been donated by HomePort in Dacula

(c) 2011 Terri tattan

(c) 2011 Terri tattan

BEEattitude for Day # 262:
       Blessed are those who include us bees when they play, for they shall learn and learn and learn.

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