Saturday was a busy day. We made a trip to the landfill...they are only open on Saturday now. We go about once every three weeks. I did some laundry, washed some windows and then had a short nap and went out to mulch more leaves...this is the 5th mulching. One or two more times should do it!
Mulching. I have special blades on my lawn mower, the blades pulverize the leaves...basically most of the leaves turn into dust....it makes a great natural fertilizer for your lawn! We have mainly Oaks here, Red, White and Burr Oak. If the leaves are left on the lawn over the winter it is a real mess come spring. It is bad enough that the White Oaks keep many of their leaves all winter so you still have leaves to take care of in the spring. A heavy bunch of Oak leaves will mold and kill your grass. Mulching blades also come in handy taking care of grass clippings...they are all returned to the grass in tiny pieces.
Toward evening we met Jen, Andy and Jonas 60 miles north of us for supper and returned the dogs to their rightful owners. Jonas is the foreign exchange student from Belgium...he is a pleasant young man, we enjoy visiting with him. They had all been traveling in Northern Minnesota....and we took care of Miss Miney and Little Elvis for them.
I am still tired. That Flu Shot knocked the stuffins right out of me.