I know what you mean about the cameras. Mine was in the truck seat yesterday and it started raining with the windows down. Got a little wet but don't think it got hurt.
Just giving you a hard time, I just love to see all of everybodies adventures.
I think that JP is still waiting for me to post a picture of my metal queen catcher from Germany! I left my camera on the tailgate some time ago and it rained....it rained about 4 inches before I remembered my camera! It dried out, but now the quality of pictures is not so good....
I think that the main damage to the camera (mine anways) is from moisture that got trapped inside....it left a film (no pun intended) inside the camera over the lens....which now makes it produce crappy pictures!
I never had anyone try using bleach on bees before. I agree that it would evaporate rapidly....especially in this heat! I know that bees get water from highly chlorinated swimming pools and it does not seem to bother them any.
Listen to what JP tells 'ya. JP has a sixth sense about these things....
I got a call about bees inside a house wall, just above a window. They said that they had someone in the family with allergies to bee stings.....but they wanted to try some 'concentrated spray that they ordered special from Ace Hardware...it would be in soon and after they tried the spray, they would call me back! It was a smaller opening too!