This weekend I built this nice hive stand for my hive I keep here in my yard. I have another hive I keep over at my sister's. This evening I went to move the hive from the old stand and the solid bottom board onto the new stand with a new screened bottom board. I had been in the hive about 3 weeks ago. This time there was nothing in the bottom brood box. No brood, no pollen, no honey. It was getting kind of dark, but I don't think there were any eggs. I always need good sunlight over my shoulder to see the eggs. The population was way down. The wax moths had moved in and are beginning to make a mess. The top brood box was packed with honey, just the way it should be going into fall. I think it's too late to introduce a new queen. I could use some expert advice here. If I save the top hive body that is loaded with capped honey, can I freeze it or should I put moth crystals on it? Is there any chance of saving the bees? There may be 1000-2000 bees at this point. Do you think I could combine them with my other hive? I am soooo bummed.