I like neighbors who visit. But not their branches, roots, weed patches and pets. I once had a neighbor (since left town) who let his tree branches grow over my roof, pile up leaves in my gutters, roots invade my foundation and his pets leave gifts on my lawn. And he also made it hard for me to trim stuff back and wouldn’t scoop the you-know-what. So, with fall coming, here’s another good time to try some neighborliness. Good neighbors, start your rakes. Neighbors won’t need your leaves.
Niel Downn, Luke Bizzy & Bee Nyce