Took a young couple of new beekeepers(man and wife) with me to some of my outyards up north, to see how i take honey off. They were excited and interested in everything we run into while going into the hives.We checked 3 hives that i had combined(they had been queenless) with nucs two weeks ago,one was still queenless?No sign of a queen or new brood or eggs? and all the brood that was in the nuc had hatched out.In another yard i had put a frame of eggs and a frame of brood in a queenless hive, hoping they would raise a new queen, only to find wax moths had taken over??( they got to see their dirty work) We took off 8 med. supers of honey,and they wanted to know why i didn't take honey off the rest of them, i told them i don't take off more than i can extract in two days(With the truck garden,cattle, and Farmers market) because of the wax moth and SHb. I know now how tec. and iddee must feel, they wouldn't let me lift or carry the honey supers to the truck,like maybe i'm to old to do that.:roll: They said they learned more today than they learned in our 4 day bee club class, and of course they wouldn't let me unload the truck.:lol: Jack PS. If you get a chance to mentor new beekeepers,jump on it. It's alot of fun and you get to know more about your new club members.