Category Archives: Day to Day

The Bees Have (FINALLY) Left the Building

By | April 28, 2010

For the past five or more years, our house hosted a next of honeybees. They had taken up residence inside the siding and wall of the house at the base of the balcony on the upper story on the back of the house. Given the threat to bees from sudden death and disappearing colonies syndromes, we did not… Read More »

February 2010 Snowstorms in South Central Indiana

By | February 28, 2010

Two snow storms swept through Indiana in February. These storms dumped up to three feet of snow on the east coast. Washington, D.C. had “storm of the century” snowfalls. Here in South Central Indiana, the first wave was about four inches, the second wave dumped about  seven inches on us. Here are some pictures from the February snows… Read More »