After Robby, the apartment owner, told me of a long time tenant destroying his balcony's concrete floor, I got busy changing where I water my flowers!
Keeping balcony dry
Three things that I do in my balcony garden put water on the balcony's concrete floor:
- Run my tiny waterfall
- Water the flowers
- Pot new flowers
After the waterfall developed a leak, the area under the fall was always wet. Bad wet! Yesterday when I went shopping at Dixieline Hardware, I bought a can of "Rust-Oleum Flexible Rubber Coating". This Rust-Oleum product is designed to seal leaks such as the waterfall's.
Watering and potting flowers put lots of water on the concrete floor. However, by simply doing my watering and potting in an inside sink, not one drop of water will fall on the balcony in the future.
I'm using a fan to assist in drying the concrete floor. The temperature is going to 90℉ this afternoon. The heat should help the drying a lot.
Fan drying balcony concrete floor
3pm - Camping trailers
Do you know why I stopped RVing? Of course there's MsTioga's demise. But I could have gotten another RV.
No. The reason I stopped RVing was and is, I was not physically able to do it anymore.
If that is true, and it is, then why did I spend about an hour online this afternoon, browsing camping trailers?