Water Birch and Knob Cone Pine surround, knee-high Wilson Holly buffer wind thick, green leathery leaves highlight bright, red berries a grove of the White Poplar tree form a pyramid and sway in a light breeze leaves flicker green then white. Above ye head clouds drift and contort across the sky, hawks ride the wind in of search target, Eastern cottontail rabbits light brown fur blend into tall-grass along fence-rows and blackberry thickets. Frogs, crickets, dragonflies, black flies, wasps, and bumble bees swarm and feast.
Forsooth a car cometh, what!
Must get up push a button, spray, spray, spray, spray then a second button to move forward.
Noise, noise, noise.
Clanking metal chains and squeaky plastic rollers amidst falling water, six foot twirling brushes, strips of water-soaked fabric move left then right slapping metal body. Hurricane sounding blowers blow, LOUD, LOUD, LOUD.
Ye olde silence returns brushes cease their mechanical cries the blowers’ gale dies. Natures’ wind, Blackbirds and frog no longer sigh.