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“First” Bees

I’m totally digging this video on the bees at the White House!

4 Responses to “First” Bees

  • Rois says:

    Someday I will have my own bees,sigh.
    I thought the use of a leaf blower was so funny.

  • Laurie says:

    That's awesome! I just learned today that Beverly Perdue has bees at the governor's mansion. The times, they are a changin'!

  • I just saw this video the other day. I think someone needs to give the White House crew a cheat cheat so they can learn the names of the beekeeping equipment. Heh. I think it is so great that there is a hive at the capital though. Yes, I do. I think they need a few more now.

  • Andrea says:

    This is great, thanks for posting. I am going to show it to my kids tomorrow!!