The bees are back and buzzing around the eaves of DBH again. The next thing you know, we'll have honey dripping from the upstairs ceilings again too.
Last July, when JMC staff found a puddle of honey in the Update News office, and a telltale ooze of honey from the ceiling, they called the Bee Man, David Williams, for help. I happened to be on campus the day Williams set up his extension ladder and climbed up two stories worth of rungs to spray DBH's eaves and rout the swarming bees.
Here are some shots of the Bee Man at work at DBH, clad in his protective white suit and bee hood:
I was reminded of this today when I read in the Mercury News that the Bee Man had died recently of colon cancer. He was just 58.