I'm back


Did you miss me? I've been to the Stubai, again. There will be a travelogue over there.


* A short walk in the Stubai: day 2: Aperer Turm

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I go away for a week and the bees go mad. I don't mean so mad that they put their honey in a pot for me - only that they seem to have filled up the hive to the top, probably with rape. And this despite them being a new swarm, in place only since late May. That's 13 kg of honey (err, with wax mixed…
The Economist has a Special Report on "The melting north" (hopefully that works for you, I have a subscription so I'm not sure if its behind their paywall or not). And what it says - A heat map of the world, colour-coded for temperature change, shows the Arctic in sizzling maroon. Since 1951 it has…
January: Cold in Cambridge (but this is from early-Feb, since I don't have anything terribly good from January. The best I can offer is smoke on the water). February: early bees. March: Phoebe. Our cat. April: Petals on water. May: Humble bumbles. June: Stubai. The entire place is unbearably…
To the lakes with the children for a little relaxation out of the flow of normal time, or so it seems from up there. My aunt lives in Torpenhow, a village so small it only just about has a wikipedia article. Its to the north west of the park, beyond Bassenthwaite and Skiddaw, looking out towards…

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By David B. Benson (not verified) on 24 Jun 2012 #permalink

Hmm, I had assumed you'd been spending all your spare time making it up to the bees.

Switching gears, have you seen this? Any idea what could be behind it?

By Steve Bloom (not verified) on 24 Jun 2012 #permalink

Sure you're not supposed to begin with, "I've really missed you all!"? ;)

Flew? Oh dear.

[Once, I would have agnoised over it -W]

By Nigel Chesterman (not verified) on 30 Jun 2012 #permalink