Jose Alvarez, an employee of Smile-A-Mile Painting, tries to keep from getting soggy from the mist swirling around in Monday's gusty winds while pressure washing a wooden fence in Kennewick. Alvarez said the cleaning near the intersection of South Kellogg Street and West 4th Place is in preparation for re-staining the fence surrounding the residential development.
Jose Alvarez, an employee of Smile-A-Mile Painting, tries to keep from getting soggy from the mist swirling around in Monday's gusty winds while pressure washing a wooden fence in Kennewick. Alvarez said the cleaning near the intersection of South Kellogg Street and West 4th Place is in preparation for re-staining the fence surrounding the residential development. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Jose Alvarez, an employee of Smile-A-Mile Painting, tries to keep from getting soggy from the mist swirling around in Monday's gusty winds while pressure washing a wooden fence in Kennewick. Alvarez said the cleaning near the intersection of South Kellogg Street and West 4th Place is in preparation for re-staining the fence surrounding the residential development. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Playing the winds for a dry advantage

April 16, 2018 05:18 PM