Ok so here's the deal - I have Russian bees and I understand that those little heifers like to move up maybe quicker than other breeds and lo and behold they did! I had 2 hive bodies and 2 supers (honey for winter) and they were in the supers. So my first split ended up with some super-sized foundations in my deep hive body split - so I marked them and hope I can move them out and replace them when they hatch out. I was able to move regular sized frames (deeps) into the new hive bodies because they had built up so much that they were in the hive body and 2 supers! PLUS I did NOT see a queen in any hive today. So I double checked my splits to make sure I didn't carry the queen over to the new split. I am to put my new queens in Tuesday, so if the bees act like they are glad to see her, I am assuming that my queen is still in the old hive....I Hope! One good thing...I did NOT see a swarm cell anywhere.. So.....what cha guys think?? Is that about all I can do for now?:???: The wind is horrible here today in northern Arkansas..reminds me of living in Wyoming. I loved Wyoming but I did not like the wind.