One thing I've always leaned toward is independence.
I enjoy figuring out how to make do with what I have.
I guess it's the homesteader in me.
This used to be a water jug.
Now it works well as a scoop for the soil mix we use in the garden.
It holds a good amount, so adding the mix to pots
or the veggie garden is a breeze.
Another is used as a watering can.
The spout on one side can be used for slow watering
and the open side when you need a good deluge.
This is the twine that came with the pine straw mulch.
Why not reuse it for the square-foot garden
or staking tall plants?
The best tools God ever made.
Enjoy your Labor Day!