We discovered a thing in the top of my pine.


First and from a distance we thought that’s a hornets nest or wasps. Butt sadly it’s more worse. It’s the nest of a eastern pine processionary. They are awful and poisonous, because they have urticating hairs what are dangerous for peeps&pets. They will come out of the nest, where they hibernated,   between avril and may.


We tried to remove it immediately and my dad brought a ladder to climb on the top of my pine.


I came running to support him, but as I saw the pitiful ladder thingy and the approx. 6m (~19ft) tall pine I must laugh. Honestly dad, that was not your best idea…


Even my dad, who raises all things to question, specially if it comes from me or my mom ( for her I understand, he is sceptical), noticed that this plan can NOT work.

Now we are pinched in the ass, because we have no idea, how we could remove the darned pests.  The weisenheimers at google say, you have to wear a protection suit and a filter mask and you immediately have to burn the nest immediately  when you removed it. We have no protection suits, but my dad wore gloves and a cap to conserve his hairstyle. Better than nothing, huh? They also suggested a flame thrower to reach the top of trees. I have no idea where we can buy a flame thrower for this tall pine, maybe at  eBay? Or at a  gun runner?

Mom said we call the firefighters, butt as I mentioned before, my dad  can’t find a consent with my mom’s suggestions and ideas… so he borrowed a long ladder, removed the root of evil and burnt the pests. We smelt the stench, because he forgot to close the doors… now mom got urticating hairs too  and dad got a major rocket.  And to cover the niff with green apple spray was a shit idea, dad, now it smells like  you would  smoke apples in a bong. But you will get d-appled instead of stoned…


While they were busy to kill each other    I redecorated my bedroom and built a comfy nest like the pester pine moth thingy…he, he, he…


About easyweimaraner

Weimaraner /Braque de Weimar, born in 2009, male & fabulous From: Britanny / France Likes: Plushtoy-Shredding, Spikebones,long distance Walks, everyday a Gift, Chicken, Shoes, Underwear, my squeekie Pig & my whole Life Dislikes: Water, Cats, Beaf, Cats, cleaning my Ears, Cats, the Vet, Cats, Snow & CATS! Profession: Student of psychological War-technics & Terrorism, after my Masterdegree i become to rule the world or maybe to be the owner of toys r us. actually i'm not sure... Status: Single Pets: Hell, NO! i prefer a petfree home. but owner of two slaves for my comfy Misc.: Greencardowner for Masterbed, Master of Beggin, Prince of Thiefs We decided to leave Easy's datas as they were... although we lost him in november 2016, he is still with us.... and his little brothers Phenny and Nelly promised to write on not as Easy the weim, but as easy Weimaraner... About us: Mr. Phoenix, born 9/9/2016 a virgo and always clever&smart...Neilson, born 7/28/2017 a leo who thinks he is clever&smart...

49 responses »

  1. I bet evil squirrels or aliens had something to do with that nest up there.

  2. That’s odd, our vet was only just warning us about these evil things this morning! V dangerous and most inappropriate to let your Dad anywhere near them 😀 Keep safe

  3. Will and Eko says:

    Oh boy, we’re going to need to get you a jetpack to take care of that.

  4. stella rose says:

    We don’t know what you are talking about so we are gonna go call up our friend google and look them up just in case they show up at ours house, we had to laugh about smoking apples in a bong, oh I love apples…i love apples so much….stella rose

  5. So your Fright Friday is also a Stinky Friday huh? Goodness – those pine pests are now GONE at least. Good thing your Dad didn’t climb that tree and instead borrowed a TALL ladder. I’m glad you snoopervised the whole procedure though – no doubt your Mom was out there keeping a close eye too? Oh and I have one more question…..are weisenheimers related to weimaraners? Probably not because I already know you are very wise and the google guys aren’t always so. At least everything turned out alright…..other than the stinkiness of course. Have a RESTFUL Friday!

    Hugs, Sam

  6. Frankie and Ernie says:

    OMD we have never heard of these EVIL caterpillars on this side of the pond… BUTT we are SURE that they are truly Dangerous and we give your dad EIGHT (8) Paws UP fur his SWIFT and Total Removal of them. BRAVO.

  7. Never heard of dem critters before. Is dey related to tree rats?????

  8. Frankie and Ernie says:

    PeeS…. ERNIE thinks that they are really Squirrel Eggs… I (Frankie Furter) can’t even Claim that he has been smoking stuffs… He is just a HEAD CASE.

  9. DailyMusings says:

    what an awful scene and an awful smell! I hope the varmints are gone for good and leave you and the tree alone!! also glad there were no mishaps with that ladder given your dad’s history 😉

  10. OMD your dad managed to carry out Operation Eradication without
    1/falling off the ladder
    2/hurting his finger
    3/hurting something else
    4/with his hair in tact and lastly
    5/without burning down the house.
    We are impressed. You have a lucky streak going over at your crib Easy…run out and buy some lottery tickets we say.
    Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

  11. Easy your Dad needs to be careful with the ladder. Ladders misbehave badly. I know cause CH the husband has had a few battles with ladders. We have creepy catepillars that turn into moths here in Missouri. They are called tent catepillars or gypsy moths and the build a web like huge nest and eat a whole tree. BUT they are not dangerous to peeps. Your catepillars sound scary and stinky too!

  12. Brian says:

    We never heard of those evil things either! We must go look them up!

  13. I have never heard of them either! Easy you were smart to stay out of the way though. Glad your Dad burned them up!

  14. madi and mom says:

    OH MY WORD Easy we have never heard of that critter but fur sure it is Weim friendly and needs immediate attention; now that being said it has been confirmed you are the smart one in the family you stayed inside. We hope and purr your peeps are ok and the critters have been eradicated
    hugs madi your bffff

  15. catfromhell says:

    Ewwwww! Those are disgusting!!! Wes don’t has those here, we has the Pine Beetle which is decimating our pine forests here, but they lives under the bark and kills the trees!

  16. Your dad is fearless and crazy! You are smart to stay inside and keep your head down, E. That guy is dangerous!

    Love and licks,

  17. apple scented bong smell – Mom was chorkling mightly at that one – but thank dogness you were able to get rid of them – they sound evil and nasty !

  18. PigLove says:

    Do you know what’s worse than the smell of apple poo? Cinnamon poo. Mom refers to it as Cinnashit. Really? I’m glad your dad won the battle and got the nest taken care of without incident. I need him to come over and take care of something similar in our pines in my magical backyard. Tell him to bring you when he flies in – Snort. XOXO – Bacon

  19. Emma says:

    Wow! You have some funky stuff going on at your place! Your dad should be featured on Monday Mischief! Good you are there to try to protect your humans from themselves!

  20. Oh my gosh Easy I have never heard of these before… sounds scary! Good thing your dad took care of them. We had a bee hive here for years, but then they started to hybridize into the killer version. We had to call some peeps to take em out.

  21. What a nasty visitor. Glad they are gone….and glad your dad didn’t try tossing gasoline on it then lighting it with a match like a guy did last year here trying to get rid of some nasty webworms in a tree…caught his house on fire, so their removal was a bit extreme. Lovely comfy nest…Molly give it a big paws up

  22. dollythedoxie says:

    OMD how scary I can’t believe you didn’t call a professional exterminator (no offense)! Glad you are all safe! Love Dolly

  23. boscocat says:

    Oh Easy! Your dad should’ve thrown your moms enema cheesecake at those beasts… They sound like awful critters which could spear you from a far !

  24. Sagira says:

    Never heard of those things before. Hope they are all gone and taken care of and don’t hurt you guys.

  25. Glad you are rid of those awful thingys, we have never heard of them
    Mr Bailey, Hazel &

  26. oh Easy I am so glad you are safe now from those nasty creatures. I never heard of them before. Have a wonderful weekend.

  27. Wow Easy, thank goodness that the only thing your dad did was stink you guys out. Glad no one got hurt during the extermination! Love the new deco it goes good with your shiny coat!
    Marty and Mom

  28. Your Dad is officially a daredevil, Easy! And is also so lucky to have you as his faithful sidekick and source of secret intelligence in all his adventures 😀

  29. gentlestitches says:

    HaHa! Shrieking with laughter over here. Well done!

  30. The OP Pack says:

    We don’t have a clue what urticating hairs are, but whatever is inside that nest sound pawsitively horrible. Let’s hope that was the only one near your crib.

    Have a pest-free and happy weekend.

    Woos – Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

  31. Anonymous says:

    WOW I have never heard of those pest. I best check my pine trees. I think my MOM can rig up a flame thrower. Put gas in her giant water gun, pull the trigger and then light a match. Yea that could work. I like your decorating style brother.

  32. Glad your people got rid of those nasty pests.

  33. YIKES….we’ve never heard of those critters. Glad they are down and gone but ick about the smell.

    The Florida Furkids

  34. Wow, what a stinky adventure and a good thing Odin wasn’t there or he’d have poked his nose in the nest!

  35. kolytyi says:

    Is it possible that the staff managed a DIY-project that hasn’t turned into a cataclysm?

  36. Shiva & Jaya says:

    Wapsies are bad. But them other thingies…can them be depurrted to Pole up North?

  37. Kyla says:

    What’s wrong with the birds around there? A whole lot of insects to eat and they’re slacking off on the job?

  38. spittythekitty says:

    Eek–we never heard of those but it sounds good that your Dad burned them all up. We don;t like to burn up even little buggies ordinarily, but these sound really, really really BAD. I don’t think we have those things in San Francisco!

  39. Misaki says:

    I haven’t heard of those before, but well done to dad for getting rid of it, even if it has left a bit of a stink

  40. Oh dear! Have never heard of those either!

  41. Interesting – never heard of them before…glad you got rid of them before they ate your tree!

  42. Nylabluesmum says:

    Yow Pine pestiez?? We haz herd of dem n dey are gross….yer Paw waz bery brave to fite da guud fite wif hiz ladder n little purrteckshun!!
    We iz reeleeved he iz safe n all of ya iz safe…
    Burnin applez smell a small price to pay… finkz!?
    As fer yer bed it lookz very cozy n me wanna come fer a nappie!
    Lub Nylablue xxxx

  43. hello easy its dennis the vizsla dog hay wow that reeminds me of the time i bekaym tuckers fud tayster and he tried to git me to eet a nokshus katerpillar wot he fownd in the yard!!! i wood sugjest if the pests reetern yoo konsider a catapult loaded with flayming oyl or posibly a bazooka to tayk them owt!!! ok bye

  44. Clowie says:

    Those caterpillars are nasty! There are some tracks we can’t use when they’re active. My bipeds have had rashes just from being in the vicinity of them.

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