If you are not familiar with the live oak, it is a very special tree. Instead of losing all its leaves and then growing new ones in the spring, it keeps its foliage until the new leaves push the old ones off (sort of like kids’ teeth). In the spring, when the leaves start coming off, the tree starts throwing off a fine spray of sap from the resulting openings, which makes it inadvisable to park under one unless you don’t care about having a sticky car.
I was just wondering if anyone can tell me when the live oak over my parking space is likely to stop drooling finely misted sap all over my defenseless little car, Ginger. I want to know if there’s any point in washing Ginger anytime soon. or if I should just keep washing the windows every time I fill up.