The Ultimate Guide to a Successful Autumn
September 26, 2017 at 2:44 PM
Winter is coming. It’s more than a catchy Game of Thrones quote, it is a fact. But, before the cold catches up with us, let’s take the time to enjoy the beauties of a Minnesota autumn and prepare our homes. So, grab your favorite pumpkin spice drink, cuddle up with some flannel blankets and enjoy our Ultimate Guide to a Successful Autumn!
- Take a walk or drive to view the colors of the leaves before they fall.
- Put away ceramic planters so as not to get caught in an early snow. (Plastic and resin planters are fine all winter.)
- Go picking at a local apple orchard.
- Tune up snow blowers and have the right gas and oil mix ready to go.
- Enjoy a hayride through farm country.
- Change the batteries in smoke detectors.
- Cozy up the inside of your home with fresh fall flowers, pumpkins, and seasonal candles.
- Clear those beautiful Minnesota leaves from your gutters before the snow hits.
- Decorate the outside of your home with a new fall wreath on your front door.
- Blow out irrigation systems.
- Take the family through a corn maze.
- Prune the trees around the house.
- Cheer on your favorite football team.
- Note on your calendar the date of daylight savings! (Sunday, November 5)
- Check your faucets, toilets, spigots and hoses for leaks!
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Do you have any autumn “must-do’s”? We’d love to hear! Comment below!
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Category: Winter Preparation
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