Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Leaf Travels

It's cold and it's windy.  It's supposed to die off tonight and that will be a good thing.  Our neighbors east of us have a Desert Willow tree.  It has lots of thin little leaves.  They just returned for the winter, and have not yet removed the tens of thousands of tiny little leaves that cover their front yard.  Since the wind is currently out of the north-east, our driveway is receiving many of those leaves.

It's interesting, first they stop in front of the garage.  Then they move west and eddy in front of the gate.  They they go under the gate and into the entrance walk way.   The red line is from the bougainvilleas.  I'm looking forward to a change in the wind direction.



That's it!  Piles of leaves is all I've got.

5 comments:

  1. That's a lotta sweeping. Like snow, only not quite so bad.

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    1. This is a job for a blower!

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    2. Or a Leaf Vac/Mulcher. You can find one cheap at Harbor Freight! :-)

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  2. Leaf vac ... they work great for those little guys.

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  3. At least they're not sycamore tree leaves!

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