It's been raining all day and it's still raining. There is rain on the grass, on the flowers, on the trees and shrubs, on the decks, on the clothesline, on -- well, on everything not under cover. Puddles of water are everywhere! So-o-o, why have the honey bees been bellying up to their regular drinking joints, namely the bird baths and the lily pond whenever the rain slacks off to a light drizzle? Is it a social thing? Are they too refined to drink just anywhere?