Twice I've seen people run over bumble bee nest burried in the ground, and all hell breaks loose. Whilst they were cutting grass. Both times the engine was left running on the tractors when they left from the onslaught of stings.................lol.........one was my father..........The other was a dozer operater who was alergic to bee stings...........my son was the first on the seen with the fire dept.......Drug his arse to safety and recovered the dozer the next day..........Don't mess with mother nature...............
I'd love to ensure all those wasps were killed. Winter cold would probably be a really good start. Then enshroud it with a popped can of Hot Shot. I do it annually about this time of year in the attic when we'll be away for the weekend. It took three cans and two weekends to destroy a colony of carpenter ants I could hear in a wall and see one in a bathroom once in a while.
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Once when I was young, a friend and I were walking on a log fallen across a creek. My friend got to the other side first, stepped in some sort of animal scat and proceeded to try to scrape the scat off his shoe on a stump. Unfortunately for us, yellow jackets had built a nest in the stump. I was still on the log 20 feet above the creek when those yellow jackets began stinging me. There wasn't a whole lot of options.
Practice doesn't make perfect, it make permanent.
When I hear a Liberal say "I can speak for gun owners because I own a shotgun" I just want to scream "Well I can speak for vegetarians because I like lettuce on my cheeseburger!"