What is this container? What is your best guess?
It was at the Fair. I like seeing what the 4-H kids come up with for projects.
It is quite large. I see it got a Reserve Champion ribbon.
Well it is a Fire Pit.
See the birch logs inside and a string of Christmas lights for an effect! It is made from a dryer drum from inside a clothes dryer. I learned that cloths dryer and washing machine drums can be used to make a fire pit. Commercial washer drums are in high demand for this project.
It's great to see something repurposed rather than ending up in the landfill. Smart kid!
How ingenious the person was.
How original! :-)
Now that is a great idea!
Oh my! Could this be the answer to my search for a little heater to use at the playhouse?? Poppy says a little cast iron potbellied stove would rust away.
Very very clever. First I have heard of that.
Interesting. . .this is the first time I've seen anything like this.
Brilliant idea! I love seeing new ways of recycling. :)
I guess it teaches kids come idea if making do with what you have.
Very inventive. I wish we could have fire pits out here but the air quality is such that all fires are banned, even fire pits ( although we do have a propane one. Just not the same.)
I should have looked at the size of the rosette to get an idea on the size of it. I was picturing it as much smaller!
I agree with Cynthia" I love that it was repurposed. Very clever! Thanks for sharing.
I had no idea what it was
The ribbon must be big as it looked like a miniature but dryer drums are big so it must be big to be a fire pit. Nice looking too. Great idea!
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