The back boundary of our property is a 35 foot cliff, straight down, topped by Oleanders. This ever-blooming, evergreen now has a virus and is dying leaving us with a row of dead brush for fire season.
Fortunately, young men come from Mexico to tirelessly do the hard work required to trim and dispose of brush.
Standing on branches over the edge, they machete the brush and carry it back onto our property to mulch.
A Bougainvillea hedge remains to keep us from the edge of the cliff.