A Sure Sign that Winter’s Coming!

A Fair Haven fire hydrant all decked out for winter.

A Fair Haven fire hydrant all decked out for winter.

Have you noticed the Fire Hydrants in Fair Haven? They all have tall, multicolored reflective sticks so they can be easily found in deep snow. A bit early, you say? Well there are lots of fire hydrants in Fair Haven, and it’s a lot easier to work on them when the weather’s warm than it is when the cold winds blow. We’ve had a relatively mild fall season until the past few days, but the cold weather that we’re experiencing now is more consistent with this time of year. When do you think we’ll see the first snow flurries, and when will we have our first real snow day?

Hope you’re enjoying the beautiful foliage. We’ve had lots of yellow and orange trees, and we’re finally getting to see some trees with bright red leaves. Don’t you enjoy living in an area where you can enjoy all four seasons? By the way, if you haven’t done so already, you’d better get those daffodil bulbs in the ground. It’s a lot harder to do it when the weather really gets cold and the ground is hard.

Len

Rumson Realtor Len DunikoskiLeonard “Len” Dunikoski, GRI
REALTOR® Associate
Diane Turton Realtors – Rumson Office
8 West River Road
Rumson, NJ 07760

(732) 239-0739  (cell)    (732) 530-6686 (office)

ldunikoski@dianeturton.com

http://www.rumsonfairhavenhome.com

@ListWithLen

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