Cool. A honey bee can't sting you without dying (or so I've been told). Of course, they might not know that...haha. "Killer bees" ("Africanized") probably can sting without dying, I forget. I've been stung by yellow jackets, hornets, and wasps...hornets are the worst...yellow jackets second worst.
Yellow jackets are hornets, and indeed are a nuisance. We just put out our traps a couple of days ago. Fortunately, the attractant used does not attract Honey Bees.
The bees seem to have settled in a bit now, there is no longer a huge cloud of them around the hives. I expect that they are spreading out to forage further afield. They can often go 3 miles away, so bee keepers don't put them closer than 6 miles apart.
We bought a couple of young goats this afternoon, so our attention will be focused on them.
Our horse is goofy for goats, he loves them and watches over them like a mother hen. We put the young ones in a adjoining pen to the horse for the night, he just stands there with his head over the fence wanting to be in with them.
One of our two goats is old and ailing, and likely will have to be put down. The other is also old (one in the photo below), but doing fine. Having a couple of young ones is a insurance policy so the horse will always have some friends to help calm him down. He freaks out if separated from his goats.