Beekeeper takes down bee colony with little damage

A small bee colony was destroyed in southern California’s Modesto County when a homeowner’s electric lawn mower struck it, authorities said Monday.

The beekeeper’s daughter found the hive on Monday afternoon when she was working on her family’s property, said Modesto Beekeeper Mark Bussin, who has a business in the town of 10,000 people.

She noticed the colony was in poor condition and called the Modesto Fire Department to report the damage, Bussins father, Mark, said in a statement.

A resident came by, found the bees nest and removed the hive, Bausins father said.

No bees were injured.

The mower driver, a 53-year-old man, was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, Bose said.

Bose said the homeowner had no prior criminal record.

Bussin said his daughter’s mower was registered to the homeowner’s name, and that the beekeeper was a registered electrician with a company that installs electrical equipment in homes and businesses.

He said the mower owner had previously had no history of criminal activity.

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Beekeepers, which claims to be the first fashion-focused beekeeping site, says it will focus on casual wear such as the silk mittens that bees wear in their honey-scented nests.

Its founders, Matt and Sarah Smith, said that the company would be taking its beekeeping hobby from a personal hobby to a job that is not only enjoyable but that bees will enjoy.

The site is known for its bee-inspired designs, including silk mitten gloves and hats for sale.

The blog’s co-founder, Matt Smith, told CNN that he thought it was a good idea for the site to go on hiatus for now. 

“The way bees look, they’re very simple.

They’re just like us.

You know the difference between us and the bees?” he said.”

But they’re not that simple.

And I think that’s one of the things that I love about bees, they are very social and very caring.”

Matt Smith said he had been fascinated by the concept of beekeeping for some time.

“I was looking for a way to make my bees feel more comfortable,” he said, before adding: “There’s so much to do in the hive, I thought it would be a good way to let people know what bees do.”

The blog is run by two women, Sarah Smith and Matt Smith.

They have been selling beekeeping items online for about two years, and the couple say their idea was born when they both realised that they liked bees and decided to share the experience.

“We started thinking about this a year ago and we just started building it up and seeing what people were saying,” Matt Smith said.

The idea of having a beekeeping website started as a hobby for the couple, who both have children.

“You can buy them a pair of gloves, they get them made, then you go on a trip to the hive and you’re looking for the best honey,” Sarah Smith said, adding that she also has a personal hive that she keeps her bees in.

“When we started talking about beekeeping, we were looking for something that would be fun for us,” Sarah said.

“I think there’s something about beekeepers that just feels like it’s a personal thing, something that we can do that we would never do in a business environment.”

The site’s mission is to encourage beekeeping enthusiasts to be more involved in the bees and its products.

“There are so many ways to have a business and this is really about getting people involved in our hobby and being part of the hive,” Sarah added.

“The bees and the hive are a really important part of our lives.” 

The site also has products such as honey bars, mittens and bee boxes that are designed to help people be more active, healthier and to help the bees learn to live without clothes or clothing.

“It’s a wonderful way to take this hobby of beekeepers and turn it into a way of living that will be very rewarding,” Sarah explained.

“What we’re doing with the bees is not just to take our hobby to the next level, it’s also to make sure that it’s safe for our bees to live and to work.”

The Beekeepers team will be staying in San Francisco until June 1.