Posted in Lifestyle

Beekeeping the bush way

When you marry a beekeeper you start to learn so much about the ecology of the land and just how important bees are to our native fauna and flora and not to mention the fruit and veggies we like to grow and eat ourselves.

Did you know just how much work goes into looking after these little guys??? It is defiantly not your standard nine to five job I can tell you that now. The maintainence alone where the have to go through each frame of bees to check for disease and make sure that the hives are healthy and clean, well feed and watered.

The beekeepers job is not just a job it really is a labour of love and we as a worldwide community of people that eat, use and enjoy honey, beeswax candles, waxes for furnishing and saddlery should say a massive thank you for the labour they put in for the small price and honey they get from their jobs.

Below is a small video of what Stuart does with the bees every time he goes to work. Enjoy and if you like our videos SUBSCRIBE, LIKE & SHARE on our Youtube Channel or if you would like to learn more go to our Patreon Page an become an *EXCLUSIVE member.

Love’N’Light to all




Hi I'am Megen Hibbins ❤️ Free spirited Hippy Mother, Writer, Travel and Homeschooling Blogger and Vlogger. I homeschool our 7,6,5,4 year old children in a natural completly of grid lifestyle while my husband Stuart works bees. I blog and vlog three days a week allowing me to be creative and live the freerange lifestyle that I advocate for all to enjoy. Join us here for weekly blogs on whatever is happening environmentally, travel, homeschooling, and everything else inbetween.

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s