This post is about a post post, that is to say it’s an old post I’m posting about…
The pictured post was a yellow post when new. You can tell that by the section that was under leaves and thus protected from the UV of the sun. The action of the UV makes posts fragile so they break easily. Winter makes it worse with cold weather making the plastic posts even more fragile. Typically posts last about four to six years if not abused. UV fades blue and yellow posts. Not so noticeable on the white posts. Black posts last the longest because the black pigment blocks UV at the surface.
Outdoors: 46°F/29°F Sunny
Tiny Cottage: 67°F/66°F
Daily Spark: I have two Schrödinger cats. Theoretically. They may exist or they may not. I never see them so there is an element of uncertainty.