I left the original location with 2 boxes, all the foragers of course, and a new comb full of eggs. (plus honey, pollen, and a frame or 2 of brood.)
The fun part was the long search for the queen. I had to go back to the original hive and find her there. I got her on my hive tool and put it down over the split and she walked right in. Pretty cool. It's nice with the new bee suit so I don't get so hot and have the patience and persistence to keep looking till I find her.
(Django playing with a drone.)The original location hive now will have to raise a new queen. Typically many queens are raised, but the first one to emerge from her cell goes around and kills all the others. I plan to go back next weekend and any take any excess queen cells to start new hives. This can supposedly be done with a frame of brood and a frame of honey, but I would worry that a hive that small would get robbed out. We'll see how much brood, honey and queen cells I end up with next week. I guess a hive that small with a frame of honey wouldn't need to be fed, which might help keep the robbers away. (Or thief bees as Django calls them.)