>Husband laughs at me when I take pictures of my compost bin and its lovely product, but a few comments and emails have said, “Show us! Show us more!” I’ll lead you to a few, and then add in whatever turns up in the camera this season.
To begin with, this is the bin. Thrilling, eh? We had to knock down the fence so that the lid would stay on. Luckily, the neighbors (the landlords) didn’t care, even appreciated that we were willing to take care of it so they didn’t have to do the work or dispose of the wood themselves.
Before and after pictures! The science teacher in me loves this one. The organic process, the macro and micro-organisms doing what they do, not to mention the minimal garbage I send to the landfill, what’s not to love?!
I saw this on “sale”, and I just couldn’t buy it. It’s lovely, it would look nice on my kitchen counter, but I can’t bring myself to spend money on compost. Part of the beauty of composting is that it’s low or no cost. I’ll just keep re-using my old plastic containers and then throwing them out when they finally give up the ghost.