I know, I know, why do you need to go 3 hrs away to do a bee tree cutout. Well, I have never done a cutout before and thougth it would be a lot safer for all involved, if I started with something that was already dead, the owner wanted it off their property to start out with, and it didn't include cutting up someone's house. So, I have had several local cutout calls, but no bee trees, short of this one that's 3 hrs away, though only an hour away from the fiance'. So tree is dead and has blown over, owner wants rest of tree down and to use for firewood, so it looks like a win/win that I am willing to take the chance with. So, what would be the wisest way to do this? Do the cut out where the tree is now? Take the hive to the fiance's place and do it there? Or haul the tree down here (3 hours away) and do it here? If I should haul it, what is the best way to deal with ventilation and containment? Anything else I should really be thinking about with a bee tree cutout over 3 hrs away? Thanks.