Bee extermination is a much tougher business than I thought it would be when I first started working here a year or so ago.
I never thought that it would be so difficult, honestly, or I probably would never have signed up for it! When I first decided about two years ago that I wanted to go into the bee extermination business, I actually assumed that it would be an easy enough job.
I mean, I could be my own boss and set my own hours and basically do whatever I wanted to do in my off hours. I mean, what could be better than that? In a job like bee extermination, as long as you aren’t scared of bees or allergic to wasps and hornets and yellow jackets, then you should be fine. At least that’s what I used to think. I guess it’s true sometimes, but then other times, you end up having issues! I had a contract a couple of months ago with a restaurant here in town where I had to do a bee removal job. They were having a terrible wasp infestation where their employees and even their customers were getting stung! At that particular job, they had three different wasp nests inside of the walls of the restaurant. They were huge and there were thousands of bees flying around everywhere on top of the roof. It was like nothing that I’d ever seen in this line of work. That was the toughest job that I’ve had so far. I hope I never end up with another one like it.