Well, my husband and I both love honey and so we stopped and pulled into the driveway.
We went for a long drive out in the country yesterday since it was a weekend and we didn’t really have anything pressing that we needed to get done. I love going out on joy rides in the country on back roads in the middle of nowhere. It’s one of my favorite things to do. You never know what you’re going to come across or find out there, even if it’s just a whole lot of pretty scenery and maybe some cows! Yesterday, we went down a road that I don’t think we had ever gone down before, and it was a good thing that we did. We rounded a curve and there by the side of a mailbox was a sign that said Fresh Local Honey for Sale. Well, my husband and I both love honey and so we stopped and pulled into the driveway. There were honey bees and beehives everywhere around the back of the house and we could see all of the flowers that were in the gardens, too. It was a beautiful little farmhouse and it just fit the perfect picture of what I thought a beekeeping operation should look like! The farmer came out and let us sample some different honey products that he had up for sale, and we ended up buying a ton of honey from him. It was so delicious that we bought some for ourselves and other jars for gifts for our family. I think we have accidentally found our new local honey supplier out there on a back road!
Honey bee rescue