That tree’s purpose in life is to frustrate horses.
The leaves are blowing over from next door.
This happens to me every year! I get leaves from both sides and my yard is clean…briefly…..one neighbor has an oak tree, that drops the acorns and then the huge leaves don’t fall until there’s snow falling….all in my yard…
Why not leave the leaves alone? They are food for the worms that make the soil and return the nutrients to the earth the tree took out in the first place.
Possibly the leaves from panel 3 are piling up in panel 6 and blowing back over the lawn…? Thanks, Samson, now my head hurts… I need more coffee…1
But the neighbor’s leaves are gone. Aren’t you happy, Horace??
Kind of proof that raking is just an exercise for the back and arms, but not one that yields a desired result…
This is so relatable.
July 31, 2015