Alive hives

I keep thinking that there is going to be another cold snap that manages to kill one or both hives. Yet they both keep thriving. I still think there is a chance for starvation if a long cold snap occurs. So far both have made it through. I have given them some pollen substitute, however, they were bring in plenty of there own. It’s supposed to be in the 60’s most of next week. I’m think I might do my first inspections. Assuming I can shake this horrible head cold.

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