A Bit About "Honey Pot"
224 Mountain Laurel Pass, Stanardsville, Virginia 22973
A couple of years ago when building this cabin, the builders noticed that there were a few more bees visiting that year than usual. Although they were a little close for comfort, we decided to leave the honeybee hive alone in its creative process, as it wasn’t there to impede ours. After all, the bees spend quite some time filling their tiny honeybee tummies with the nectar of between 100-1500 flowers!
We figured they were working as hard as we were, so we gave them a break. By the time the cabin was finished so were the worker bees. The honeybee hive exists no longer but the honey pot stands strong. And no need to worry… the bees are long gone, but their memory remains in a deliciously sweet cabin we call the Honey Pot.