I know you all will get tired of me, but I am reading here and elsewhere, but I've just gotta get some of the blanks filled in. As I watch the bees come back to the hive throughout the day, it seems that I see more pollen coming back in the early hours of the day. I read somewhere that the workers will go out for pollen or nectar, but not both at the same time. Right? So when the girls return without pollen then is it safe to assume that they're either carrying nectar or they got tired looking and came back for a break or maybe they were texting during the wiggle briefing and launched off without fully understanding the instructions. Help me understand what I'm seeing. I wish I had been a beekeeper when my daughters were teenagers with the great object lesson the bees could have taught about girls being home before dark.