My sweetie made his famous chicken stew and peach cobbler. It was popular and well-appreciated, but the thing the kids (and adults) enjoyed the most was our newly repaired teeter-totter (or seesaw depending on where you are from).
|Is it my turn yet, Grandma?|
So we paid $2 each for the new hand grips and a couple of dollars for shipping and some new bolts. The hardest part was moving it to the top of the priority list. Thankfully, my sweetie was able to squeeze a few moments to put it back together.
Now a whole new generation will be able to enjoy the same thing their parents enjoyed. Just like the chicken stew dutch oven (not) party.