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15 It’s the end of the 1st week in October, and I’m having to cut the grass...



Every four days. It was 91 yesterday, with a high of 87 expected today. No chance of cooler weather until at least October 12th, and rain due for 5-7 days starting tomorrow. Grass is currently growing 1½” a day.


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Normal here in Illinois. I always do my last mowing towards the end of October. We usually get about a month break during July and August due to heat and lack of rain but we never got a break this year.


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I did get an end-of-July/all-of-August break, but September was the 6th wettest in history, and with the hot temps, it exploded.


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Mid 80's for the next 5 days here. I usually cut grass till first of November. We haven't had many "good" weather days this year. The winter was wet and windy. Spring was wet, then it turned hot. Rained 3 days in a row last week back hot again.

Oh for a good fall!


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Well, back in your old stomping grounds (NW WI) it has been unusually cold (highs about 50) and rain 9 out of the last 10 days. And a little snow up north. So no picnic here either. Extremes seem to be the norm now.


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I’d love weather like that! In September, it rained something like 23 days out of 30, but it wasn’t a cool, refreshing rain (we almost never get that here, unfortunately). Everything down here is too hot, and either bone dry or soaked-shirt soggy. I know why about the humidity though. In most parts of the country, the wind blows west-to-east. Sometimes it’s east-to-West, but rarely. He though, it primarily blows south-to-North off the Gulf, and during the rare dry periods, north-to-South. It almost never blows across however. And starting in about May, a massive high pressure cap sits right on top of the entire state, letting in no weather at all. So it’s cloudless, windless, rainless and hot enough to mely lead, until that high dissipates sometime in October.


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I won't stop mowing until sometime in mid-November, when the last leaf falls. I'll hope for a good wind soon after to blow the leaf shrapnel into the corn fields near the house, but if nothing else, my lawn will benefit.


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We had our first good rain of the season S. of Sacramento. One day, no more on the near horizon. Temperatures are around 80 with a breeze - windows are open. Still mowing, although leaves are falling.


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Unless the weather changes rapidly, I figure to mow 3-4 more times. Cool today with a high of 62 and now it's raining. Supposed to warm up tomorrow and storms coming in. Then, maybe I'll get the garlic planted next week and mow and bag the clippings for mulch on the garlic bed. Life is good. Enjoy each moment you're here. It may not always be fun, but at least you're looking down on the grass.


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We missed the moisture from hurricane Rosa. 7 years now into a 1000 year drought.
And I worked hard today letting the gardeners in the gate.


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Are you married? Kids living at home or close enough to assist if you call them?

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Its 92 here today, and yea gotta cut grass.

Damn I'm tired....


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Hmmm ...

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I never shoveled. I used a snowblower.


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you need to add a 't' to the title......


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Cutting off maybe a little grass but more importantly grinding up the leaves.


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I'm smack dab in the middle of four season country, but had to deal with the 90+ weather and grass mowing chores.

T'ain't fair. Of course, the summer was so dry I didn't have nearly the battle of the greens I normally do, so perhaps it is fair.

Just thanking the Lord that the livestock eat leaves, and they all blow into the pastures, so I'm spared that bit of work!


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relax . . . I am having to mow the rattlesnakes.


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Mowing rattlesnakes would be very satisfying I would think.


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Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Olson View Post

Mowing rattlesnakes would be very satisfying I would think.
I had a 1 foot wide strip between the front door sidewalk and the foundation about 30 foot out to the driveway.
Never gets direct sun so there was some sparse ground cover attempting to grow there.
In the last two weeks, I have found two small rattlesnakes curled up, looking much like some Texas cowboy's prize belt buckle.
Ripped up the ground cover and laid in small river gravel.

Killing rattlesnakes is never satisfying - especially if you have a woman around the house, or dogs, or cats - bunch of extra work.

Consider the ravens, for they neither sow nor reap, which have neither storehouse nor barn; and God feeds them. Of how much more value are you than a pesky raven?
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Dennis, down in our latitudes we always get a last spurt of foliage growth before fall really kicks in. It's almost as if the Earth is protesting the coming cold and is desperately trying to fight it off by growing its own blanket! Sometimes it's not too bad, but this September the grass really put on a last-minute growth surge. I was hoping to avoid cutting our pastures again before the seasons change, but that's not going to happen now. It becomes a "must do" because of the winter fire danger of having acres of high, dead grass.

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Was 93 degrees mid-afternoon here in SE Okieland....

The lack of rain hurt the hay fields this spring.... We got 9 round bails of hay with the first cutting when normally we would have 30 plus round bails....

With the recent rains, the hay fields are green, but still look thin....

Have a neighbor that I offered him to take what ever hay he could bail with me taking only one bail.... Have not heard back from him....

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Got our first frost last night, and we struggled to reach 55F today. I hate fall/winter. Enjoy the heat, it's been 2 days and I'm already missing it-and counting the days til May when it warms back up again.



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Need to mow the lawn here as well, it just never stops raining long enough to do so.


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It doesn't matter where LardAss lives. You could find the "perfect" match for his tonnage weather wise, and he STILL would be unhappy.

Because, wherever you go, THERE YOU ARE.

He will always be a self centered sociopathic prick.

His family knows this. That's why they will have nothing to do with him.

Hell, anyone who interacts with him for a brief amount of time knows this.

Just like the scorpion on the frogs back...it's in his nature.
 
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Why do you keep calling me Lardass? I am trim and fit. Almost 6 feet tall. Weigh less than 300 pounds. Perfect shape.
I get it. No sympathy from you knuckle draggers. Try cutting 6 inch jungle grass every 4 days in 90 degree weather. And that is not the worst of it. Every third or fourth step is into a pile of dogshit. There are two good things. I only shovel the dogshit once every two months and the fenced area is only 10 by 6. Now that I think about it, one more bad thing is that the dogs track that shit into my double-wide trailer. That's not so bad until they jump on my bed. I have to change the bedding every couple of months.


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