|Lots of boxes.|
|Notice the lack of furniture?|
One thing we found in the new flat that we've never seen in all our years of moving within the US is that there are NO lights when you move in. NONE.
When we moved into our flat this is what the ceiling looked like - in 11 places!
|A hole in ceiling with electrical wires hanging out - some of which were unprotected.|
So we got busy and headed off to Brockenhaus (local thrift store) to buy lights. Here is one (of many) funky ones we bought:
Pretty cool, huh? And when we move out, we will take all 11 ceiling light with us.
The best (and worst) part of moving into an unfurnished flat is picking out furniture. Joe and Maureen picked out a new custom couch last weekend, but it won't be delivered for 8 to 12 weeks! In the meantime we just have a tiny two-seater couch that seats, well, two.
We found this gem:
But then came the quandary of getting it home without a car. No problem, Joe just carried it on the train and had his own personal seat by the door.
|It was only a little embarrassing.|
Well, if moving wasn't keeping us busy enough, Smidgey made sure we made time for her. On our walk we stumbled upon a caravan trailer behind some bushes that was buzzing. Literally. The trailer was full of bee hives.
|Can you see it hiding?|
|Multi color compartments for the hives.|
Upon closer inspection, we found the honey bees to be very busy:
It was a 'sweet' find.
Today I have a riddle poem about one of Mr. Honey Bee's cousins. Can you figure out who he is? Tell me in the comments.
I should not be able to fly
but I sure can.
They say my body is too fat
for my wingspan.
I'm stylish with fuzzy
yellow and black stripes.
I also have an amazing
set of pipes.
Who am I?
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