One Mans Trash is My Treasure
Spring cleaning is next week and people are loading up there boulevards with as much crap as they have been collecting up until this time of the year. I end up seeing a lot of stuff that can be repurposed, if the right person comes along. Enter me. I found this!
I am not sure what I will do with it yet, but for now I absolutely love the texture of the wood, and the old look of the brackets. I am pretty sure I can put it to use somewhere. I am looking forward to finding some other cool things this week. I spied a saw horse in a neighbors lawn and I was thinking about carrying it home to see if it could be of use for me, or my dad. The City of Fargo suddenly changed back the Spring Cleaning week to this week so I won’t have much time to search for treasures.
We also see a lot of people collect metals of all sorts to trade in for cash. I honestly love seeing this, because some people make a ton of money from this, and it also prevents a lot of metal from going to the landfill. An article I had read recently in our local paper stated that our landfill has about 11 more years left before it’s at capacity. This is happening in a lot of more cities than Fargo. If we can all be a bit more mindful of what we throw away we can extend the life of the landfill. The city collects food scraps with it’s yard waste during the warm months, Fargo has electronic recycling day where we can turn in computers and TV’s and also has free curbside recycling. There should be no reason why we have to put our trash can on the boulevard filled to the brim each week.