Apiary: A place where bees are kept
But lemme back up...
SO, after I assembled the hive, I brought it over to my parents house. Because what parent doesn't want their child's bee farm on their land?! The City of Eagan changed their views on bees this past year and is allowing urban beekeeping (just in time!). So, I filled out the permit, drew some pretty maps and had a VERY nice gentleman come out and inspect the location. He gave it a thumbs up mere DAYS before picking them up *wipes sweat from brow*.
My fasha cleared a nice path for the bees to navigate through the jungle towards the water (a water source is critical for happy bees) - everything was set up, we just needed the bees!
Once we got home, we suited up to place the bees in their home!