By Layne Hendrickson
OAK LEVEL - I certainly hope y’all appreciate the lengths to which this intrepid reporter goes to bring you the facts, in this instance sticking my head in a bee hive.
Now, mind you, it’s exactly the sort of thing I would do on my day off anyway, but never the less...
Just down the hill from metropolitan Oak Level is a sign which reads “Honey 1.5 miles” pointing down a winding one lane road populated primarily by herds of deer and flocks of wild turkey. If you venture down this sylvan lane any bright morning, you are likely to notice a bulbous, white clad figure off to the left that appears to be either a lost astronaut or perhaps a member of a hazmat team dispatched from the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta to quell an Ebola outbreak. But fear not, it is merely Charles Kash tending to the needs of tens of thousands of angry, stinging insects. Nothing to worry about.