(Second in an occasional series.)
The leaves didn’t finish falling from the trees until late this month. (A few trees still haven’t finished, but the ones around my yard have.)
Yesterday afternoon I sucked them up with my leaf blower.
(That would be yesterday, the day after Christmas.)
It took me a little over an hour, but then, I have a small yard. All I was really waiting for was for the leaves to dry off from the last rainfall so that most of them wouldn’t be sticking to the ground.
Snow? What’s that?
It has been a little chilly, though – highs in the low 50s. We’ve built a few fires this week. But it’s supposed to hit 60 over the weekend.
The jobs and culture are nice and all, but I maintain that the climate is the fundamental reason people live in the Bay Area in the first place.