Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Well, At Least Somebody's Moving INTO My Neighborhood

Look who showed up in front of my house between this morning and this afternoon. The good news is that there is a guy Uptown who raises (?) honey. I got his phone number off of a jar of honey I bought at Whole Foods. He's coming tomorrow morning to take care of these guys. I think he's going to take them back to his place on on Short Street and raise some more honey.






7 comments:

coach joe cullen said...

Do NOT get naked around those guys. I could tell you some stories . . .

Leigh C. said...

OUCH!

I've got a friend in Algiers who maintains some hives, too. If that tree needs trimming, he can handle that as well.

Puddinhead said...

You sure this isn't one of the nasty Africanized swarms that were discovered in Chalmette not too long ago, huh?




Hmmm....am I a racist for disliking Africanized honeybees? I hope not....LOL

Editor B said...

As I read this, a wasp landed on my computer screen, right next to a picture of the bees.

It was weird.

Maitri said...

Just looking at those pics makes me want to reach for some epinephrine. Roaches make me scream like a girl, but bees, wasps, hornets, etc. make me freeze up. Please send personal email containing whereabouts of said honeycomb so I can stay the hell away.

Puddinhead said...

You haven't lived until you've had a wasp fly up the leg of your jeans and get you eleven times from inner thigh to ankle before you can squash him.......LOL.

TravelingMermaid said...

A few years back my next door neighbor had a hive magically appear one day on the outside of his house! It was fascinating watching them. I learned a long time ago not to swat or run from bees, wasps, hornets and other flying, stinging creatures. Unless they're stinging you, then jump in the nearest lake. :)