Our New Neighbor Is Walking Around with a Tank on His Back Spraying His Yard

So, after four days of dead bees, we see this.

They know we keep bees. We have two, “No spray! Honey bees!” signs out front.

And I welcomed them to the neighborhood with a jar of honey.

Why do this in an area that is predominantly natural?
And why in the middle of the day, which is the worst time?

Seriously? What’s a dandelion, but a flower?

So frustrated and disheartened.

All we can hope is our girls don’t go over there.

Also, we can hope that all our dandelion fluff blows in that direction, making his battle such a losing one that he finally gives up.

11 thoughts on “Our New Neighbor Is Walking Around with a Tank on His Back Spraying His Yard

    • I don’t feel we can say anything, and I may be overreacting. It’s just coming so close after seeing our girls dying…well, I’m a little sensitive about the whole thing right now.

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  1. My word, I wouldn’t be so forgiving. I’d gather up my dead bees and dump them on his doorstep. With perhaps a sign, saying “No more honey. Ever.”
    But then, you’re more moderate and forgiving than I am.

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