Got a call from Dean that there were hundreds of bees checking out his house and many were making there way inside also. I informed them that they were probably scout bees looking for a new home and not a swarm, yet, if the scouts decided to pick his home for their new home they would see a black tornado of swirling bees. Ended up taking me 2 1/2 hours to get over there and when I pulled up they were very excited and said the swarm had landed and had in fact seen the black cloud of bees. These are some very nice folks that are transplants from Long Island, NY and are not use to all of the new critters in the rural area subdivision they are living in. [attachment=2:2e7duu3l]004.JPG[/attachment:2e7duu3l] They were getting in between the floor where the a/c lines went into the house, if only the builder would have splurged for a tube of caulk. After looking hard and cutting out a piece of sheet rock......still no bees. I next cut out a small piece of 2 x 4 to shine a flashlight in the floor joist......still no bees. Figured out they were on the other side of the joist we were looking at, there was not much room between the top of the block wall and the first joist. Used a mirror and flashlight again............no bees. I drilled a 2 1/2" hole in another board but still no bees, but could hear them much better. Got the bright idea of stuffing the camera (lens only) in the hole to see if a pic could capture them......yep found them, six feet away. [attachment=0:2e7duu3l]003.JPG[/attachment:2e7duu3l] They did not want to cut the sheet rock to vac them out but opted for a trap out. This will be a fun one trying to get all of the cracks in the rock wall sealed up so the cone will work. [attachment=1:2e7duu3l]005.JPG[/attachment:2e7duu3l] Any suggestions besides silicon caulk, do not want to mess up their rock wall. Was thinking of using some foam (not spray foam but like sponge rubber) to put between the rock and the trap cone.