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... how much I really dislike raking leaves?

Mowing leaves may still be in the works - the pecan trees still
have to drop - but in front, the maple and dogwood trees are about 90%
down.
Raking started today.

Howie52
oh well - at least it will be another year before the magnolia
pods get raked again.
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I don't rake leaves, I run them over with a mulching mower.

If you rake your leaves to the curb, the city does come by to pick them up. I even have a leaf blower, but have yet to use it. I might cut my grass for the last time (Nov 11) for the last time.

P.S. I have birds on steroids in my hood.

Crocket
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"I don't rake leaves, I run them over with a mulching mower.

If you rake your leaves to the curb, the city does come by to pick them up. I even have a leaf blower, but have yet to use it. I might cut my grass for the last time (Nov 11) for the last time.

P.S. I have birds on steroids in my hood.

Crocket "

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The one thing more annoying than raking leaves to me is the noise of
a leaf blower. But I mow the leaves as well at times - depends on the
quantity of leaves.

The family used to rake leaves into the driveway or the road-way
ditch and burn the leaves once upon a time a long time ago.

Howie52
We have a dearth of birds around here right now. A few cow-birds
but not many others. I have not seen many at all - odd this
time of year down here.
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