This wood deck in my backyard is 17-years-old – I built it back in 2003 as an enjoyable spot to connect our house with the wooded back areas of my yard. I love trees and I love the shade they provide during the hot summer months here in North Florida. The downside of having a wood deck in a forest is that it tends to get dirty quickly – really quickly. Algae, mold, dirt, leaves, and grime combine to turn the wood black.
I started cleaning the deck with my pressure washer (electric 2100 psi) last weekend and I’ve still got a long way to go but I thought I’d share a before and after picture of just how nice it’s coming along. No chemicals, just water pressure (and time).
Pressure washing can be a relaxing and enjoyable experience. I tend not to think about anything while I’m doing it. So its kinda peaceful during these frightening times.
Speaking of peaceful. I want to wish all of my friends and followers here on WordPress a wonderful Thanksgiving day and that you’re able and sit back and enjoy spending some time in person and virtually with the people you love.
Thanks for stopping by – peace and love y’all! – Chris
Also known as the Nikon N75 in North America and the F75 everywhere else outside of Japan. It’s a sophisticated autofocus and auto exposure 35mm film camera that uses almost all of Nikon’s F mount lenses.
This particular camera had the date time display option so technically it would be the Nikon U2 QD.
Obviously this being a “wordless” Wednesday post I shouldn’t be commenting about my pic but I wanted to share a bit of background.
When I first saw this truck from a bit of a distance my heart missed a few beats. In this part of the world it’s not uncommon (but still shocking) to see children riding in the back of a pick up truck. So you can understand my shock when I thought this was the foot and head of a baby!
As I got closer I realized that it was a doll – I sure wish the driver had thought about what it would look like before setting out.
Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful and safe day in this crazy world. – Chris