As every Seattleite knows, this spring has been nothing but damp, dreary and depressing (to many, anyway.) Now the New York Times has picked up on the wet weather, with a bit of a twist – the moss that appears to be growing everywhere. The moss loves this weather.
In yesterday’s paper, Tai Koenig and Mitch Jacobsen of Better Window Cleaning Seattle are seen on the rooftop of a Ballard home scraping off the happy green spores. “We’ve just gotten more and more into moss because it’s been so much wetter,” Jacobsen told the NYT. “There’s money in moss.” Jacobsen, who is the co-owner of the business, says he charges about $400 to clean rooftops.
You can read more in this New York Times article. (Thanks Karen for the tip!)