Among the many interests that have occupied Paul Cameron’s attention over the years — outside of his professional career as a physician — is beekeeping. He enjoys sharing this passion which has successfully captured his attention and allowed a measure of relaxation from stresses inherent in being a psychiatrist. Paul had three beehives in the ‘80s for 5 years, and has started up again in 2010 with the new challenges of mites and increased bear activity. (He has personally checked the electric charge on the bear fence he recently built, and states that it works rather well!) His and Annie’s bees have come from a mite-resistant strain of bees developed by a well-known Vermont bee researcher. There will be honey this fall!