Bees, hornets & wasps…oh my!

Today’s post is the first of another 3-part series all about bees, hornets and wasps. First up: Bees There are over 1000 native species of bees in Canada, but the honeybee is not one of the native species. Honeybees were originally from Eurasia where they have been a domesticated species for centuries. All the “wild” […]

Bug bites: Part 2

Today’s post is the second part to the one yesterday about bug bites. Like yesterday, this post will show you some pictures of different bug bites….while they can give you an idea of what bit you, it’s important to know that some people react differently to different bites and if you aren’t sure about the […]

Wanderings

Isn’t it pretty? Ross picked up his new-to-him vehicle yesterday… spent some time this morning (between phone calls and my pestering him about invoices & so on) figuring out how he wanted to set everything up in it…. but eventually had to quit playing and get off to work.  He’s doing several spider sprays here […]

Bees, Hornets & Wasps…Oh My!

Bees, wasps and hornets are not always well-liked, and it is totally understandable, but there are some benefits to having them around. Do you know what the benefits are or the differences between the species and their hives? Click the following links to read all about them! Bees Wasps Hornets Here’s a blog post we […]