Re: The Last Beekeeper
In the case ofr the woman whose father had died and she took over the business, does anyone else think that it would have been prudent to look into those hives before they were shipped to CA? I hope that doesn't seem too critical. Hind sight is 20/20. And it's easier to see what someone else should have done. But that was one of my thoughts.
I really liked the attitude and pov of the old fellow who was her friend. He had lived through hard times and knows how to get through and get along w/ whatever life troughs at him.
I like Sheris' comments and agree w/ them. One has to do what one can and be able to let the uncontrolable take care of itself.
I'd like to see it again and I'd like to see a follow up on the beekeepers and the problems that they faced. i undersatand that the young woman sold out and her Mom moved to somewhere warmer. What about the other beekeepers?
I said this before when we first discussede this, why did that guy get back in the truck and answer the phone when he didn't want to face his wife anyway. Are they still married? After his actions I have to wonder.
Keith, what are you doin' under that bus? Fixing the muffler? I hate it when you and Sheri argue. NOT.
"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." Henry David Thoreau, Mark B