If I may,
I am an "old fat man" and I need a crutch to walk, just a little bit. My solutions are: lift honey frames into a carrying box that holds 3 frames. They get put into a box on the endgate of my PU truck. I have made about a dozen stools so I can sit to do my hive work. I have a little wagon to move boxes and stuff and, I get help from my wife or anyone I can get to assist when I need it.
It is more important now to have stands and stools to move stuff on to already in place and to have frames and smoke handy just in case. I place the extra hive tool in my side pocket in case I drop the primary one. Most of my stings are from trapping a bee under my finger so I like to use a frame puller, when I can remember to take it with me. They say that the memory is the second thing to go when you get old. The problem is that I can't remember what the first thing is.
Thank you for tolerating me, LP