Title, basically. Its 28* F here and they are labs not huskies.
I'd like to try a new gardening challenge of growing tropical fruit in a large movable container. I'm in zone 6b and it gets down to below 10F for at least a few days every winter and occasionally below 0F some winters so I'd plan on moving the container into a frost-free building during the winter. Are there some tropical fruit that would tolerate this kind of treatment and still bear fruit? Any possibility that mangos or papaya would work?
Long story short, to get apartment my wife liked- we started paying rent on an apartment ~12/27, but did not move into Apartment until Jan 15th. I didn't have keys for the apartment until Jan 12. Whoever was doing maintenance in the apartment left the door open and now I have a power bill of $106.00 for the dates of 12/27-1/08.
To repeat, we didn't have keys during this time period, nor had we moved in, this was heating an apartment where they left the back door ajar.
The Apartment building just said they would not reimburse because our lease had started on that date, even though we weren't even in the city.
State: Kansas (KCMetro area)
Going to be normal winter weather next few weeks. Sidewalks and roads probably icy. Stay warm. Help those who look like they need it. Enjoy the ride.
Here's some random area nonprofits that do good work
And please link any other area resources or nonprofits you know!