Was out deer hunting today and I stumbled right into some sort of wasp nest in the ground. Suddenly they were flying up out of a hole in the ground and bit me all over. I ran like mad and swatted them away as best I could, but by the time they gave up the pursuit and left me alone I had a couple dozen very painful bites. They were bites, not stings, from large yellow wasps that looked like yellow jackets. Welts immediately popped up on each bite and you could see little holes in my flesh where I’d been chomped on. I was wearing a lightweight Sitka Core merino wool long sleeve shirt and they actually bit me through the shirt. Got a few on my neck and head as well. Savage, horrible things, wasps are! I carry a bare bones first aid kit. Since I’m not allergic to insect or bee stings I carry nothing special for this kind of thing. Aside from a couple of tylenol, I had nothing to adress this with. The welts are starting to subside now (I’m at home, 4 hours later) but it still itches like mad, and I developed a headache shortly afterwards that hasn’t gone away (could just be from the stress and heat, it was quite warm today). I like to travel light, my kit is a minimalistic one. Any ideas or experiences with dealing with this kind of thing, and what do/would you carry in your first aid kit, if anything?