Anatomy of a Bee Sting

About 40 minutes into a quick hour long ride this afternoon (you may need to click on the image to see it bigger):

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  1. With the beginning of summer comes the blooming of trees, gardens and
    flowers, which in turn attracts bees and wasps of all kinds. But that is not
    the end of the worry of a sting. Many stings take place during the fall
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    the chances of getting stung. Last week, I witnessed a 4 year old girl with her hand and forearm swollen
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