Blow Your Leaves, Windy North Dakota Takes Care Of The Rest.
We just recently bought a home in Bismarck. Brenda and I were searching around the market for months before finding the perfect place. Thanks, realtor buddy Hunter Roll. Name-dropping aside, so many for-sale entries promoted "mature trees". This is a beautiful thought, until my new across-the-street neighbor spent his entire summer chainsawing felled/soon-to-be felled trees from his yard backyard. This is the latest dumpster of lumber he's collected from his backyard this week alone.
OK, so we've covered the benefits of "mature trees". Now let's talk about your trees!
Oh, they are beautiful! I never did mention that I actually have a treeless property. The one I did have was growing out of the front of the house. I sawed 'er down and poisoned 'er out. Enough of that nonsense. So here I am with no trees yet (thanks ND wind), I'm enjoying all your leaves. I've recently acquired a leaf blower and found it pretty darn handy to blow out my garage and around the house. But now here I find myself in a bit of a pickle.
Maybe you can help me out as to whether BLOW or NOT TO BLOW?
Leaves are piling up on my fence line! You can see below, it's pretty intense.
OK, it ain't that bad.
But...I could pull out my leaf blower (ROAR) and blow them to the west...
THEN OUT TO THE STREET!
Many leaves will get caught in my yard, but most will hit the road to new locations.
But I'm not going to do that. Unless I know everyone in my neighborhood is at work. I can't have witnesses to my neighborhood transgression.