Some of the Beekeepers Will Take Away Bees for Free

My grandma has lived in her lake home for over 55 years.

It was my mom’s childhood lake home and my grandma refused to leave.

When my grandpa passed away, my mom and I asked her if she wanted to live with one of us, but she said no and wanted to remain in her own space. Luckily, the home isn’t far from my mom’s home so she can check on my grandma at any given time. Anyway, my grandma mentioned that she had some bees in a tree in her backyard. But at the time she told us, I didn’t think anything of it. After all, the home is in a rural section and bees are a normal thing in that region. All of us were shocked to discover that it wasn’t just a few bees, it was an entire hive, and it required a residential bee removal pro. After contacting a few bee removal companies, my mom found a local beekeeper instead, and best of all, the beekeeper provided to remove the hive for free as long as they were honey bees. Thankfully, they were, and it was an straight-forward removal for the beekeeper. And my grandma was so cheerful that the bees were gone and when the two of us asked her again if she wanted to finally leave the house, she again said no. The honey bees were not a danger to her, in fact, bees are consistently docile unless they are threatened. But if this was a wasp nest that grew out of control, that could have been a danger to my grandma. I just hope that one afternoon soon, she will be open to moving out of that home so the two of us can better keep an eye on her.

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