The forecast low for tonight is 36. Generally, I run considerably colder than the airport, given my proximity to Casper Mountain. This is considerably unfair. It's only September 13, for crying out loud, and summer didn't start until mid-June!
I have roughly ten hours to decide whether to risk it or to get out there and cover everything. There is so much I can't cover, though, like the corn, which is about just finishing up, and the pumpkins, which are sprawled all over the backyard and roughly two weeks from maturity. I will definitely have to cover my favorites: the tomatoes and as many peppers as I can. The HBC II's will pose a huge problem. They are over 4' tall now.
I'll need to get outside somtime today to get photos, just in case. I like to have final season photos of each year's garden.
It had better not freeze, that's all I can say