With evening temperatures dropping, it’ll be safe to use your woodburning fire pit. Place it is far away from your home as possible on a non-flammable surface such as concrete or gravel and use a wire mesh cover while in use. Be sure to place any ashes in a metal can.
This is also a great time to plant perennials as well as cool weather vegetables like carrots, lettuce and onions. You can also consider planting trees and shrubs or reseeding any patchy areas of your lawn.
Changes of seasons are always exciting; this is the one time of the year where we can sit in the pool until the evening and then warm up next to the fire pit.
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