or maybe yellowjackets, at any rate, something that stings nastily and results in an insane week-long itch. Hundreds of them. Now what? I'd leave them alone until cold weather, but they've made a nest or whatever they do in a big chunk of one of the stacks that fell over in the heavy rain a couple weeks ago, which I'd really like to get off the ground and restack. We've just had a long discussion on another thread about not using chemical bug sprays on firewood, but in a case like this, is there any alternative? I'll have to spray repeatedly, too, I suspect because if they have any kind of nest structure in there, it's not something I can see so I'll have to keep spraying the opening I see them flying in and out of for a few days. Anybody got a suit of armor I can borrow?