The pest control Melbourne team were really good at getting rid of the birds, those mysterious little pests that had invaded the Argo more than three days ago. We didn’t see those birds until they had set up their nests during the night. The rest happened so quickly, that I could hardly keep up. They multiplied like crazy, and I found myself with more than three dozen eggs and birds in the cargo bay of the largest Exporter roaming the galaxy (I presume. I like to think that we are the only ones still rocking out the E-Class. It’s only working because of the mods Jess and I have made to her. She’s a real beauty now, I must say).
We called up the same people who took care of the termites Melbourne that we had a few weeks ago. It wasn’t long before the birds actually, so we ran into a string of bad luck for a time being. That being said, we are all something of a collection of lost toys, each with their own sad story. We’ve all had bad luck. I guess it’s just pooling here in the Argo.
We can now safeguard against future pests, or so I hope. We have put up a large series of nets and security features, that Jess, Victor, Marcus and I have installed. We got tips from the science guy Jonathan; I think he likes being the smartest guy in the room sometimes. All the time actually. The pest inspections Melbourne people were more than helpful in that regard as well. They gave us useful advice about the origin of some kinds of pests, and therefore how to combat them, and even more importantly, how to prevent them. We need to be proactive in our security and pest management, I’ve found. That way any problems can be dealt with quickly and easily, if they do arise.