Here Comes the Sun

In preparation for writing this week’s blog post, I googled songs about the sun. Dozens of cheery, happy songs immediately sprung from the internet. Out of curiosity, I also googled songs about rain. A few select, dreary, and depressing songs popped up. I decided on Here Comes the Sun by the Beatles. The reason: we finally get at least a tease of sunshine indicating spring is on the way. After 738 straight days of rain in the Pacific Northwest (at least that is my recollection), we are finally getting some well-deserved sunshine.  While I encourage everyone to run or skip to their nearest lake, hiking trail, or outdoor bar to enjoy the weather, there are a few items to keep in mind once the rain is behind us. Once dry weather hits, it is a good idea to take stock of your property. The following is a list of a few items to check on:   Read the article…………..


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