Sunday, May 20, 2012

It's the Bee's Knees

On Saturday, we had a fantastic family day at Hunter's Honey Farm in Martinsville, Indiana. We hadn't done a day trip in a while and it was really great to get out there and make some memories. The best part was watching my son learn so much about one of nature's most basic and necessary animals: bees.

If you're like me, the only time you typically think about bees is when you're shooing them away or spreading honey on your toast. But so many living things rely on them, and it was nice to be reminded of that this weekend.

Can you spot the queen?

More on our fun at the farm to come. And be sure to check back on Tuesday for an exciting announcement! (It has more to do with tall buildings than bee hives, but still very family-friendly!)

This post is a part of You Capture at I Should Be Folding Laundry. The theme this week is life.

1 comment:

  1. I'm not real good at this "spot the Queen" thing. I'm kind of looking for one bee elevated above the others, probably with a throne or crown to differentiate. I'm guessing it's a little different than that.