Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Don't Worry Bee Happy


This morning I took the opportunity to bottle the bit of honey (only a little over 8 - 1/2 lbs) I collected from my hive. It has been strained from the comb and carefully poured into the jars. I wish I had more of the little jars because it is fun to give little gifts here and there. I still have to design my label, but that will come with some thought and time.

In the meantime, the hubster has put in his order for the number of jars he wants to give his colleagues for Christmas.

Guess I'd better get started early in the season next year to get these girls in gear so they can do what they do best...make honey and bee happy!

5 comments:

WW said...

Wow...doesn't that look beautiful....and Yummy!!!

Pine Pod Farm said...

Look at all that honey!

Sir Pumpkin said...

Looks sensational - I can just imagine that delicious honey spread over freeshly baked bread...

Jennifer said...

Great blog! I found your blog through Jama's blog. I love to read about your bees and beekeeping. Maybe someday I will add that project to the farm, until then I will enjoy reading about beekeeping on your blog. Hope the goats and dogs are all doing well!

Victoria M. Rees said...

OMG, I love fresh honey. The look of it, the smell of it and most of all the taste of it. You are truly blessed to be able to keep bees. P.S. Love your blog!! ♥