My Bee Journey

How I Started

Several years ago, I befriended a beekeeper. His Facebook posts intrigued me and before I knew what was happening, I visited his apiary, received my introductory sting, and ended up with bees of my own. I began my adventure in suburban New Jersey. When I unexpectedly relocated to PEI, the next part of my adventure began.

Since bees cannot cross international borders, I started over in the spring of 2022. Somehow, I did it and as of the end of January, all my colonies are still alive. Only 4 more months to go!

Until I started to keep bees, I had no idea how different and wonderful pure, local unpasteurized honey could taste. I will often do honey tastings for fun to compare the different flavours and textures. Of course, the honey my bees make is my favorite, which was true in NJ and here.

Lets Meet

If you want to hear more, please ask. I could tell so many stories. The worst was when I lived in the city in NJ and my bees decided my neighbour’s saltwater pool was better than the water I had out for them.

That ended up being an emergency bee relocation in the middle of the night, with many stings and very swollen hands a few hours later.
There are limited quantities of honey available for sale (local pick up or delivery only). Please let me know if you’re interested.

I look forward to meeting you soon!