I am relocating for a new job from Nevada to Hermiston Oregon, this will be an 8hr+ drive. We have 17 colonies to move in mid/late August. My current plan is to extract all the honey from the supers and place one empty super on each colony that needs the space. the colonies will all be double deep or double deep with a super and be on two way pallets with migratory lids (no upper entrance). I also plan to place 1/8' mesh on the entrance of each colony right before dark, strap them together and load them onto a trailer. Then drive all night to Hermiston to offload somewhere. It looks like I can expect the temperature to be in the 60's at night. I don't want to overheat any colonies. Does anyone have any advice, I have never moved colonies this time of the year or this far.