Here is the situation. About 3000 sq ft of roadside lower quality lawn. Leaves have been blown out of about 6,000 sq ft of woods and into lawn area. Lots of sticks, mulch fragments, and pinestraw mixed in. Conditions are dry with light winds, but vehicles flying past at 55mph can cause some gusts. There are somewhat more leaves than it appears in the photos, they are piled about 2.5 ft high further from the camera but the angle seems to hide that. Describe in reasonable detail what approach and tools you would take to clean this up and how long you would estimate the job to take.(including final cleanup and debris disposal time if any). There are heavier woods about 100' away from the midpoint of the lawn that you 'could' dump stuff in if you dispersed it, but there's a lot of tanglefoot to get through (chest high briars, fallen limbs, a ditch to cross, etc) so you'd probably spend more time doing that than using another method.