WOW ! Did I goof! I thought I new what I was doing. A year ago I started three hives. One from a nuc, one from a swarm, and one from a package. The package failed I dont know why. The other two were going great so I left them alone (six medium supers on each) A couple of months ago there were about 4 or 5 frames of honey in each of the supers. Today (at noon , 70 degrees) I went down to the hives with this plan. I would rearrange the frames so that I had a few supers full of honey and put a triangle escape under them and harvest the honey later. Well I found that the two hives were overloaded with bees and the supers were glued together with honey and the bees were very mad, smoke didn't help. They stung me right thru my gloves. I managed to break apart the supers but there was honey and bees all over the place. I restacked the supers and retreated. A large cloud of bees followed be back to my patio and stayed with me for about a half an hour. I guess I put the supers on too fast and should have removed the honey sooner but other than to try to get some local help what should I do next? Should I let them keep their **** honey ? I have another package coming in a few days! This is the stuff the hobby books dont tell you about.