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A busy day for my Snowy River. In Japan, spring cleaning is not a thing. It’s all about the end of year cleaning. Today I was water blasting windows, tiles, stairs and car in the Snowy River.
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Now I’m no Physicist, but I do have a degree in maths and did a couple of physics courses at University so I do have an elementary understanding. Now when water hits a wall, it should bounce off at the same angle as it struck the wall at. Of course friction and gravity will play a part, but it seems to me that the known laws of physics cannot explain the movement of water whilst blasting stairs. Rather than the path of least resistance, the water makes a beeline for the operator’s face. It matters not the position of said face, with water at times turning two corners in order to cover that face in water and dirt.
Could it be that I have hit on a new branch of physics?
The Snowy River saw it off with aplomb, and once dried out, a quick brush saw it looking good and clean again.
Ever wondered what Mark Twain’s take on modern power washing might be? ;)
 
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Another busy day of cleaning in and around the house. Our reward was Thai food. We both wore Hornskovs. Etsuko in her camel Author…
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I was once again in the Rancher I got for Christmas. I was planning to wear something different, but in the end, the Rancher seemed to work best with my outfit.
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