We don’t want issues with the bees

The other day I was driving down this little country road back in the hills where I used to live. I wasn’t there to visit family or anything. I was actually there on business this time and for the first time, I noticed that there was a little farm set back on a hill on the other side of the river. It was a pretty little farm and there were lot of horses out grazing in the pasture in the front. But what really caught my eye was the sign out front that said honey for sale. Apparently, there was a beekeeper on this farm and the farmer was doubling his profits by selling honey from his own bees. I thought that this was a really good idea on his part. I decided to pull in and see exactly what his honey was like. I drove up to the big red barn and there under the awning was a big shelf full of different sized jars full of honey. The honey was golden and clear and it even had big chunks of honeycomb suspended in it. It was the most beautiful honey I had ever seen! I noticed several bees zipping around when I got out of the car, but they didn’t bother me. I walked over to the honey stand and started looking at the prices of the different sizes on the jars. By the time I had decided on one of the largest containers, the farmer had come out of the barn, wiping his hands on his overalls. He told me about his bees and about the beekeeping business, along with the horses that he boarded and raised.  

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