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Oh boy, I can sure tell that winter is on the way. It's only October, and already we had a minor snow flurry. I've got to find a way to slow this process down. I mean come on; I was all stoked about Fall getting here. I was thinking 60 degree weather and beautiful trees. I want the colorful leaves whipping in all directions as the sun beams down. Now that's some great weather. On the contrary, it's definitely not looking this way right now. The sun is not shining. The leaves are not blowing, but there is some frost on the ground. Before I know it, I will have to break out the winter tires. That's no fun!

Well, whether we like it or not, winter will soon be here. Snow will be coating the ground and a nasty chill will be in the air. Not that this is a bad thing. Personally I like winter. I just don't want it to arrive too soon. I prefer to experience all the seasons. Now, on the up-side, there are some great aspects to winter. Aside from the snow-shoveling and winter tires, you have the first big freeze. Okay, so you're probably racking your brain as to why this is a good thing. Well, that should be obvious. All those horrible bugs and insects die and leave. That means no more mosquito bites and gnats buzzing in your face. It also means no more mowing the lawn. That my friends, is something to cheer about. I seriously doubt anyone wants to mow the grass. Anyway, when the cold season does arrive, it's wise to be prepared. This involves winterizing your home. Check all the windows and doors for drafts. You can easily do so with an incense stick. The smoke will blow if a draft is present. Stock up on firewood and be sure to store it in a dry place. Oh, and don't forget to add those winter tires to your vehicle. The last thing you need is to end up in a ditch somewhere during a snow storm. This could prove tragic.

Many people don't think of their vehicle during the winter months. Whether you knew it or not, there are a few things you can do to be prepared. New winter tires are just the beginning. You may also want to weigh down your trunk with sand bag. This will help if you get stuck driving on ice. Also, keep a good blanket, flashlight, gloves, and winter boots in you vehicle for emergencies.

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