Enough Is Enough

Really?  My car has apparently now become a bee’s nest.

FYI – it isn’t the greatest photo because I was freaking out a little and wanted to make sure that these two (and the others flying around them) were definitely on the outside. Note Angry Bee #1 in lower left corner and Angry Bee #2 in upper right corner.  It is not on the tree in the background.  It is viciously attacking my driver-side window.  Ok I’m being a baby.

So is my car doubling as a bee apartment complex now?  I don’t think so.

It’s EVICTION time.



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10 Responses to Enough Is Enough

  1. It’s officially a plague now!

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  2. Garfield Hug says:

    What is causing all these insects to be attracted to your car? 🤔Did you spill anything sweet? Good idea with car wash…or is it usual summer heat syndrome?

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    • Barb Knowles says:

      It’s not unusual for bees to make nests in engines (why don’t they burn to death?) or specifically in the space between the side-view mirrors and the back casing of the mirrors. Our parking space at our condo is under a tree and we get sap falling on the car. But the grasshopper? That was a new one. I don’t think I’ve ever had a grasshopper on my car before.


  3. Bea dM says:

    Car wash should do it

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  4. Ann Coleman says:

    I had a friend whose car wasn’t running properly, and she finally looked under the hood. A pack rat had made a nest in her engine! (Now don’t you feel just a little bit better about all those bees?)

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  5. PETWONE says:

    A mad bee will sting you, so be careful.

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