Oh, Canada; my home and native land. There are times when I loathe it and times when I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else. These times are usually influenced by the weather, aka how much snow we get in winter and how long it stays for. I know, that’s so typically Canadian, but we get some pretty bad winters here in Saskatchewan. I guess some of the beautiful scenery makes up for it.
That’s the view from my house in spring. The trees are so green, the sky is a beautiful blue, the dandelions are growing to worsen my allergies and the farmer that rents our field hasn’t got his crops up yet. Our little boat, the Sherry Sue sits in the corner of this photo, like it always does until my father finds time to take the family fishing. Finding time to fish in the summer is hard for a beekeeper because summer is the only time we aren’t busy. But fall and winter are different stories. Continue reading