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I inspected my bees the other day and I think I've made it through the worst of winter. I got down in the brood chamber and started cleaning the frames of propolis so they're easier to pull and inspect later. Anyway, I noticed a lot of honey in the chamber. More than I would have thought. I left 1 super on top this year and I'd say they ate probably 1/2 or a little more but there were still lots of open cells full of the stuff down below. Is this normal? Where will they lay the brood? Will they move the left over honey to the super at some point?