Clean Patio Furniture

It’s been a beautiful day today with sunshine and 82 degrees, a great day to spiff the house up outside, front and back. I used the concrete floor broom to pull the crap from the neighbor’s tree off of the faux grass since the leaf blower can’t get all of it. A quick wash down of the patio furniture followed up with a bath towel finishes that job off.

After this, I sat down on my favorite tall chair and pointed the iPhone around to capture the beautiful blue sky and green palm fronds. I also took a regular video and this time-lapse video. The time-lapse video shows a jetliner passing directly overhead. If it were traveling that fast, I suspect it would be moving over 1000 miles per hour!

16 thoughts on “Clean Patio Furniture

    • It sure has been gorgeous, tomorrow will see 82 again then cooling to around 75 next week, nice! Yeah, Wilson is still hanging around! He was at the gate this morning, I had to move him back to the faux grass. 😂🌴🌞

  1. That palm tree is getting blown around pretty good too. 😳 Good job getting so much done. I got caught up on some laundry and vacuuming then Dan helped me with some more insulating in the basement. 2 walls done – 2 to go!

    • Insulation is really good! Especially in your climate, my two Mexican Fan Palms have taken a beating the last two years (and of course before I purchased the home) and haven’t lost a single frond.

      Very tough trees but they are well cared for with being watered twice per week with the in-ground drip system.

      They are pruned each July, just before they go to seed. If the seeds drop, you’ll have a battle with the tiny palm tree babies popping up everywhere!

        • Amazing indeed, an acorn can become a giant! I’d send you some seeds if I had any, they all get tossed in the bin. They are tiny black balls with a sort-of rough texture. They come up as one green stalk or skinny frond.

            • So Kat kills indoor plants. No, Kat! You could try a Mediterranean Fan Palm. They grow very slowly and can thrive indoors. I’d suggest a Sago Palm, very slow growing but the plant’s center is poisonous to pets. I have two in the backyard but no pets here.

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