Fun and exhausting day! Dan gets up and asks "Would you like that back acre for a mating nuc / drone bank beeyard?" ..........OMG! WOULD I!!! We have one acre outside our fence that needed the road to it cleared and and area to place bees without getting cholla cactus in my butt. We walked it to look at what would be the best and what plants I would transplant. Dan started chainsawing large mesquite limbs that over hung the old road. So I made myself useful by cleaning our recycling and "materials bone yard" while I waited for him to need my help. We don't have much creosote right around us, a small patch is being heavily worked by our bees. A few are in the road, so I choose to try transplanting them into our garden / orchard area. The bees love these, I don't have the heart to destroy them. It takes all day, save a break for homemade potatoe salad and grilled cheese sandwiches and few stops for honey sweetened iced tea! We were very surprised to get it done in a day!