Wyatt Moon

Wyatt Moon

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Wake up bees!!

The blossoms were a month late this year...
but Hood River is in full bloom now!

Blossoms in all directions as far as the eye can see!

So, Wake up bees!
Get to work!
do your pollination thing!
There are pies to be made and cobbler to be eaten!

"HELLO BEES!"  "Are you in there?"

I better mind my own business...
Wyatt 

33 comments:

  1. As long as they don't do their stinging things! :)

    Beautiful flowers and trees!

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  2. Looks like OR. is in full bloom. Very beautiful. Our dillys just opened up on Friday! It's a bit colder where our cabin is than in town. The tulips haven't even put out flower buds yet.
    XOXO-
    BabyRD & HOotie

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  3. OH the flowers & trees are looking real lovely but Stanzie, please be careful of those bees. They aren't very friendly. And that's a very good idea, Wyatt.

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  4. We hope the bees show up soon so you can enjoy all the fruits of their labor.:)

    Love,
    Teddy Bear & Sierra

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  5. The blossoming trees are just beautiful, Wyatt! You have Mitch dreaming of falling apples!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

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  6. Beautiful blooms! Yeah Wyatt, you better mind your own beesiness; don't want any bees to sting your snoopin snout! ;P

    Waggin at ya,
    Roo

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  7. Yes, don't be (little pun there) sticking your head in there with the bees! You don't want them to get mad and go on strike! I am waiting for my pie and cobbler!

    Your pal, Pip

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  8. So pretty!!! Those flowers are gorgeous!

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  9. WYATT... I think you are Right.. leave the bees alone!!! They can be very much MEAN!!!
    All those blossoms... are gonna bring some super APPLES this fall!!! YUMMMMMMM

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  10. Wyatt - We speak from experience - BE careful of the BEES!

    Lovely blooms, though!

    The Road Dogs

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  11. We haven't seen too many bees here, this year. I'm wondering about that bee killing mite infestation they've suffered in recent years.

    Bring on the pies and cbbler!

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  12. The flowers are beautiful!! All of ours are gone now! Be careful with those bees...they really sting when they get mad!! Lots of love, Holly & Mom

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  13. Those trees are just gorgeous!!!!!!

    Butt I think you better watch your nose....da bees can get pretty onery, ya know!

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  14. Them are some gorgeous trees but I can't stay cuz I is afraid you is gonna wakes da bees up fur reals and I don't wanna be around when it happens...hehehehehe!

    Puddles

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  15. With all the beautiful flowers you have there, Wyatt, we are sure the bees will be aplenty. Just be careful with that snooter - those stings are nasty.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  16. Yeah, I wouldn't go sticking my nose where bees might be!!

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  17. Hood River is so beautiful, thanks for showing us the spring look.
    Watch out for those bees Wyatt!

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  18. They look like the ones that get moved around, we saw some in boxs just the same on TV last week. They were none to happy when the bloke removed the sponge to let them out!!!
    Have a good week and don't get stung!!
    See Yea George xxx

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  19. Hey!
    Beeeeee careful there, buddy! those bees mean business! They'll sting that snout of your's in a heartbeat! You stick to looking handsome by gorgeous flowers!
    Love,
    janie

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  20. Oh Wyatt how beautiful! But don't stick your nose where it doesn't belong so those bees don't get you. We hear they pinch hard
    Benny & Lily

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  21. mmmm pies and cobbler

    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

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  22. What a bizzzzzy 'dale woo are!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  23. That's what a promise looks like!

    XXXOOO Daisy, kendra & Bella

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  24. How beautiful is that! Wow! But watch out Wyatt. I still remember how my nose got all swollen up when I got stung and I had to go get a shot. I don't want that to happen to you.
    Our trees finally have buds on them and they should be opening up very soon. We just need some sunshine.
    So what's up with those bees, are they still sleeping? Maybeeee they are on holiday?

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  25. WoW!
    Beautiful pics!
    You are a great gardener!

    Have a nice week!

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  26. Wyatt!
    Yes. The bees need to start working... but it is better to leave them alone, ok?
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  27. You don't want to go getting biten by one of those things...just let them bee (haha) and watch from a distance. I got bit by one once and I thought I'd pass out right there in the yard...barked and cried like someone cut off my leg!!

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  28. What beautiful blossoms! For a moment, we were worried for you when you put your face in there to check on the bees. Yes, it's better to mind your own business. Don't anger those busy bee.

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  29. Better late than never, right? It's looking beautiful there now. Enjoy!

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  30. I agree, leaving the bees to their own devices seems prudent! Our flowers are all a month behind, too. You have some really beautiful ones there by you, though!

    Bunny

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  31. Oh, Wyatt, you bee careful. I don't think its a good idea to be sticking your nose in the bushes looking for a bees nest.

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