These are lovely and reflect the light like the Method hand soap I found at the Berkeley Safeway (I hadn't heard of Method till you blogged about it).
so pretty and look tasty too. Is she a beekeeper then? how great! wonder what sourwood is? and how does the beekeeper know where her bees have really been?
Sally: She's a beekeeper and a farmer. Sarah said (about how she knows where her bees have really been) take sourwood for instance. That lots of them grow in one place at the edge of forests. They bloom at a time of year when nothing else around is blooming. So...she can tell by the time of year, and the location of her boxes. She said that bears love sourwood honey and that they often get to it before she does. But this time she found an old log hut that bears couldn't get in, but had enough holes in it for bees to get in. So she set up her boxes in there.
I wonder why the bears love the sourwood honey. Which one that you and Tom like best?
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