Re: Who wets their bee suit before inspecting their hives?
If you were as old as me, you'd have a much different reason for a wet bee suit Well, it was over 120 F in the grass while I added a feeder to a hive yesterday. 105 F air temperature. When its that warm, you break the task into small parts and take longer to get it done and cooling off between times. You work on getting faster too.
Our humidity reduces the efficiency of the cooling effect resulting from evaporation, so can't emagine doing that here....But parts of my bee costume are fairly wet by the time I get done anyway.
I try to learn from my mistakes, and from yours when you give me a heads up :)