The mornings are now chilly in North Dakota with days that can still give the glimmer of summer feels. We start our days with three layers...

A t-shirt, hooded sweatshirt and a light jacket for a final touch.

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Time to dig out the warmer leather gloves and get dirty to make life easier later!

This time of year seems to go faster than the other seasons!

One minute the sun is kissing our face, and the next...

Honestly any day now, the windchill could be biting those rosy cheeks!

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Here is some quick help to get your Fall Work Checklist off on a positive foot!

1. Hoses - Drain those hoses.

Unscrew any accessories such as watering wands and let them dry out too. Do not give water the chance to freeze, expand and cost you money!

2. Seal Around Windows and Doors.

The easiest and cheapest way to first attempt lowering the utilities come heating your home or apartment is to have it sealed well. Take out the window AC units and start prepping for drafts. PS - Check your windows are locked too for security reasons!

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3. Pests - Insects & Rodents!

Right now all the pests flying, buzzing, and crawling around you are running like mad for a safe, warm and cozy place to hibernate or make a new home during the winter.

4. Flower Pots & Garden Tools

You had another fun year of gardening! Make the next year a success too! Empty those flower pots, containers, and raised garden beds, and store away your tools in a way so that come next spring, it will be that much easier to start again!

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5. Hang No Hunting or Trespassing Signs

If you own property that is in a more rural setting, and you're not wanting to worry about unsolicited requests for hunting or other disturbances... Post your property now.


Posted & Trespassing Laws To Know

Be excited about the upcoming hunting season, but know the laws first.

States with the most registered hunters

Stacker analyzed data from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to determine which states have the most registered hunters. Read on to see how your state ranks on Stacker’s list.

 

 

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