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> Leaves... To Rake or not to Rake?
sdcaller
Posted: Nov 06, 2018 - 07:14 pm


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This time of year my wife calls me "blow job".

No raking for me--just the leaf blower. This Fall I have probably spent at least 12 hours in total using the blower.

I have millions of leaves as I am surrounded by 125ft tall Maples. I also cut my grass very short this time of year so that when the leaves come down and it is windy, they go visit and stay at my neighbours.

I do use the mower to mulch the leaves on my flower beds. Good fertilizer.

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Posted: Nov 06, 2018 - 07:37 pm


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There might not be any leaves left with these insane winds.

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Seguin Fisher
Posted: Nov 06, 2018 - 08:22 pm


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QUOTE (Bayliner @ Nov 06, 2018 - 07:05 pm)


I'm hoping for lots of snow so my snowblower will enjoy filling his driveway.

The only problem with “adjusting” the snow into their yard is that unlike leaves, unless they’re complete idiots, they should be able to see where it came from. Although I guess if you throw it far enough into the air, it may look like it came from the clouds

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