A rainy few weeks has caused a few problems for some Colorado families, like leaky foundations and unwanted pets.
One woman noticed a leak in her home, but it wasn't water oozing from the walls.
I just moved in here.
If you have just fulfilled your american dream by buying a new home.
One of your biggest nightmares might just be a leaky foundation.
I noticed there was something amber leaking out of the bricks.
So what else would a new homeowner do to fix such a problem?
Right out of the bottom of the house.
What else but call a repairman.
It's coming through the walls, and down inside of the walls.
He saw what debbie hill had suspected.
I put my finger in it and noticed it was sticky. And then I tasted it.
It's the best honey I've ever tasted in my life.
And the repairman.
Greg McMahon, The Bee Guru.
Can only guess what happened before the home changed owners.
There was at least 50,60,000 bees established in this colony at one time, no doubt.
Something the inspector didn't catch in the home left left vacant.
They didn't know to look for honey.
"But when the cool spring passed and the summer temperatures started rising..."
Right when it got hot it started
And it just melts out and starts pouring down.
For Debbie without much money and Greg without much help.
I do quite a bit of pro bono work to start with. This is getting a little bit out of hand.
This is one sticky wicket in need of a few brave souls to repair an american dream.
We just need some people willing to put some gloves.
Who knows how much is in there.