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I can’t even remember what the last thing I told you guys about my “bee problem” was but I need to update you.
As you may remember, we had bees that somehow decided they should move inside one of my walls.
I had the Terminix guy out to spray them. He then came back and sprayed them again. I was still seeing bees so Kevin and I bought some hornet spray and Kevin went up there and sprayed them.
I was hoping that the problem was taken care of but I went upstairs to my “art” room (where the wall with the bees is) and I knocked on the wall and guess what? You got it; I heard a ton of buzzing.
So I then called the Terminix guy AGAIN and this time he came back and undid the duct tape and punched a hole in the wall. He inserted some sort of poison powder and that was that.
Except … it wasn’t. He came back a few days later and did it again and told me they were definitely dead.
I called up our contractor and begged, YES BEGGED, him to send someone over ASAP to rip out the drywall and remove the nest. He said there was nobody and I told him that I was pretty sure that the room was starting to stink.
Yesterday Todd (the contractor) called and said somebody would be here today. I almost cried in joy. The guys got here and I explained what they needed to do and that I thought the place stunk and then I left to go work out.
They said it’d take 30 minutes or so and they’d be gone when I got back. They weren’t. I got back and one of the guys was outside with a mask on and carrying a plastic bag.
He said they’d finally gotten it out and there were basically three layers and they’d never dealt with anything like that before. He opened the bag to show me and first, it was disgusting and second, it smelled like a corpse.
Seriously, I thought I was going to be sick.
Anyways, apparently it was HUGE and there were still some bees alive when they opened up the wall. Ugghhh…I feel like puking just thinking about it.
It’s now sealed up and airing out and thank god they’re gone although I am seriously grossed out by everything that’s happened lately.
Here are some pictures to enjoy.
You’re welcome …