So I decided to bring in the honey from one of the hives and leave some honey for the neighbor as well as the wild bees. I observed the wild bees yesterday steeling honey and I followed there trial and found there hive it's a few hundred yards away in an old apple tree. They were making a bee-line to the vacated hives steeling honey to get them through the next month or so till the April blooms start. So I took one box for me and left two for any bees who might need it.
I also have put a new roof on the hive Laura gave me and gave it a paint job. I think I'll put this near the wild swarm as that's more than likely a swarm from one of my hives and they seem to like that spot. So I'll put this box near by that way when the spring swarm happens they have a 'bee approved' spot. We'll see I just keep trying to learn from these guys.