Yesterday I inspected all Beelandia's langstroth hives along with the nuc I started last week. The weather was sunny but rather cool for a mid-June day.
Not much to new to report about the hives. In the hives installed this spring, the bees are working in the second deep box. The queen is laying eggs in the top box, and the workers have stored or moved nectar up on the edges.
The walk-away nuc I created last week seems to be doing fine. I peeked in the top and saw queen cells capped and ready to hatch. I was a bit concerned about the number of workers in the nuc. I should've shook in more workers when I created the nuc. I will wait and see whether this creates any problems.