A feat like that cannot go unanswered so Sami spent yesterday power washing our airstrip-like cement driveway. He borrowed the other neighbor's machine, which is as big an any used at an airport or naval base. It took all day and at one point he had to call in the reserves (our daughter, whom I had slated for weed-pulling that day.)
Today, he applied some kind of cement/concrete (what is the difference, really?) sealer. It didn't take as long as yesterday's task, so he took on the power washing of the patio in the back. He met up with the creeping mulch from the rose garden so it took a long, long time and now my mulch is eroded from underneath. Considering the fact that I applied the Bayer 3-in-1 Insect and Disease Control Spray on Saturday morning, we have some pretty messed up crickets staggering around out there.I'm on the road all this week and Lord knows what he'll be up to. Our roof is about 16 years old and at one point recnetly, he declared that he (an arthritic, Lyme Disease recoveree, senior citizen) was going to replace it himself. For once, I'm glad that the weather report is solid thunderstorms for almost the entire time I'll be gone.
Although, that might not stop him.