Recycled teeter totter

Our garden beds are slowly breaking apart, and we have to replace some boards.
But our loss is our kids' gain!

We replaced one side of the garden bed on a bright sunny day, and the long board was too inviting to just throw away. . . so I asked Johnny to screw it to a log. We made a recycled teeter-totter!



I call it "the poor man's teeter totter."
(And the kids are holding brocoli cut fresh from the garden.)


The kids love it!
And when it eventually breaks, we can replace another board, and they'll get another teeter totter. 

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