Bill Forsythe deploys a double raking system to remove the English Walnut tree leaves from his front yard on North Ione Street in Kennewick. It’s a tactic he says he’s used for more than a decade. “I just did this yesterday. I just try to keep up to avoid a big mess,” he said. More rain is on the way for the Tri-Cities as weather systems are expected to move across Eastern Washington every 24 to 36 hours, according to the National Weather Service.
Bill Forsythe deploys a double raking system to remove the English Walnut tree leaves from his front yard on North Ione Street in Kennewick. It’s a tactic he says he’s used for more than a decade. “I just did this yesterday. I just try to keep up to avoid a big mess,” he said. More rain is on the way for the Tri-Cities as weather systems are expected to move across Eastern Washington every 24 to 36 hours, according to the National Weather Service. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Bill Forsythe deploys a double raking system to remove the English Walnut tree leaves from his front yard on North Ione Street in Kennewick. It’s a tactic he says he’s used for more than a decade. “I just did this yesterday. I just try to keep up to avoid a big mess,” he said. More rain is on the way for the Tri-Cities as weather systems are expected to move across Eastern Washington every 24 to 36 hours, according to the National Weather Service. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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