I'm in between projects with my work, so money is a tad tight for the time being.
I was itchin' to put together a top-bar bait hive so I can catch me some bees for my top-bar hive I had already built a few months ago.
So I rounded up some fence pieces that were in my attic from previous house owner and hit the culled-wood section at Home Depot. I also had to saw a few pieces from a pallet I have in my garage.
This has to be the ugliest slammed-together piece-of-junk ever displayed on these forums, but I have the utmost confidence it's going to work fantastically.
Keep in mind that I own a hack saw and a manual wood saw. I own zero shop tools and no proper place to mount wood to work on it.
If anyone wants to build a top-bar hive, do yourself a favor and don't take any advice from me:
Wondering what the patchwork of misc wood is on the side? That's to hold the two pieces of wood together/reinforce (top and bottom) that was once fencing.