The Honey Bee Taxi


Wouldn’t you like to ride a bee,

a honey bee that buzzes along

over the treetops, occasionally

dipping down to hover over

wildflowers while re-nectaring?


The sights would be grand,

the ride exhilarating,

the flowers fragrant.


But hold on tight;

you just might sneeze

from all the pollen

covering  your nose –


Here my Alliance gnome, a little warrior, has hired  a honey barrel transport to get to her next mission. One of the things I’m enjoying in this expansion is the variety of taxis offered by flight masters, many of which nicely fit the theme of an area. I hired this taxi, for example, near the Mildenhall Meadery, known for its production of a honey wine called mead. According to Wikipedia, it  was produced in ancient times throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa. The oldest evidence for a mead-drinking culture comes from northern China around 7000 BC.

About Lotus Greene

I started the blog called "Educating Lotus" in 2011, shortly after I began exploring the virtual world Second Life. With friends I met there, I migrated my virtual life to World of Warcraft (WoW) and joined an educators' guild. Lotus Greene is my gamer name, one I kept when I started another blog in 2015 called "Not Quite Ignored," which originally focused on the lighter side of news and now also includes political news and opinions.
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2 Responses to The Honey Bee Taxi

  1. Ana says:

    I could use one of those bees right now! In fact this simple single passenger flights would be great for tourism. Although the skies would get crowded. Agreed about the variety of taxis in this expansion. Eager to get back to play!

  2. Lotus Greene says:

    And we’re eager to see you in the game again!

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