People who spend a lot of time hanging outdoors are always at risk for a bite from ants, bees, flies, plus other insects.
My outdoorsy family plus I go camping frequently.
All of us usually take a tent plus sleep in our plush sleeping bags. All of us roast marshmallows plus tepid pets over the campfire plus both of us prefer to eat s’mores at night. All of us all care about to go fishing plus both of us have available canoes plus kayaks for everyone in the family. All of us spend all day outside; Even the kids genuinely love to hangout on the water all day. All of us usually wear an insect repellent to regularly keep us from being bitten by the bugs, but sometimes both of us still get stung by a rogue wasp or a hornet. Last year, both of us decided to go camping by the marsh area for the first time. The mosquitos plus the biting flies were terrible plus both of us were quickly getting stung even with our insect repellant. Things got even worse when another large group of campers were swarmed by a nest of wasps. It happened in the middle of the bitterly cold night when everyone was asleep. My family plus I were alarmed from our sleep after various people ended up with several stings. The next day, a large crew of exterminators were in the woods spraying pesticide. The exterminator crew definitely was there all day to eradicate the wasps plus hornet nests. I saw the guys quickly detach more than one big honey bee nests. I assume the woods were filled with several species of flying, pesky insects. The weekend of camping at the marsh was fun, but I don’t actually suppose both of us will ever return to that location again. There are plenty of other nearby locations that don’t have the same problems.