— This is a house for a queen bee, to protect her, to keep her safe from attacks by other bees, like for when we want to put a new queen bee into a hive. Yeah. For this (...) we have to have a house like this for her, for the new bee, you know, temporarily. With time, when the bees are used to her, when this house isn't necessary, we can free her from it. It's like a little prison; she's a temporary prisoner (...) I'm not sure if they sell these kind of things or not, if they exist at all. I suppose they must (...) He took one of Grandma's haircurlers, then found a bottle cork, and then put it them together and made this original little house for bees, for the queen bee. This elastic band is to hang the house inside the hive so that the bees are able to get at it. They have to feed her and, well, you know, make love with her, with this queen bee, and naturally, continue their activities and to keep up the life of the hive. My father keeps bees and my brother too. I help with the honey eating more than anything else (...) We call it a little house. Just a little house – a little house for a queen bee. Some years ago, maybe three, five years ago (...) Grandma used to curl her hair, to look nice and all that. But now Grandma doesn't need her curlers, so she gladly donated them to us, to use in the hive. My brother made it. But you know, it's really not that much work.