My wife and I set up four hives last Sunday and just opened them up today. Actually, we opened them up on Wednesday to top off the feeders and insert pollen, since it's still dropping into the 20F temp range at night and no flowers are blooming yet.(Northern Washington State mountains at 4,000 feet elevation) Today, we made sure the queens had been freed and removed the queen cages. However, in all four hives, the bees had started building comb in the middle of the hive in the wide gap where the queen cage was located, rather than on the foundation, which they haven't touched yet. In one hive, they had attached comb to the inner cover and it hung down about six inches. We broke that one off. Was that the right thing? Should we go back out there tonight and remove the comb that isn't on the foundation? It was impossible to push the frames together with that comb there. Thanks in adavance and I aplogize if this has been already posted elsewhere.