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JoeClark

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I've been wanting to share this for a little while. It was not too hard to make and cost us about $1500 but could be made for less. 
We used mostly cedar for the supports, with a little treated lumber, and we used redwood for the top. We put water sealer on the top.
We avoided much treated lumber, because we have a vegie garden in the center, but if you didn't care about that, you could use treated lumber for the whole thing and save some $. There could even be a sand pit in the middle.
The kids love this so much. They use it every day. And when it's wet and muddy, it's a less dirty activity.
The angled corner that's closest in the photo is that way due to the herb garden across from it, and I wanted to keep some lawn to walk on, so we needed to angle it. That was the hardest part. If it was done in a complete rectangle it would be much easier.
And, ahem, since we could probably disassemble it in about an hour, I would argue that it's an expense rather than a depreciation. He he.

I've been wanting to share this for a little while. It was not too hard to make and cost us about $1500 but could be made for less. 

 

We used mostly cedar for the supports, with a little treated lumber, and we used redwood for the top. We put water sealer on the top.

 

We avoided much treated lumber, because we have a vegie garden in the center, but if you didn't care about that, you could use treated lumber for the whole thing and save some $. There could even be a sand pit in the middle.

 

The kids love this so much. They use it every day. And when it's wet and muddy, it's a less dirty activity.

 

The angled corner that's closest in the photo is that way due to the herb garden across from it, and I wanted to keep some lawn to walk on, so we needed to angle it. That was the hardest part. If it was done in a complete rectangle it would be much easier.

 

And, ahem, since we could probably disassemble it in about an hour, I would argue that it's an expense rather than a depreciation. He he.

 

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

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https://www.daycare.com/forum/showthread.php?t=87440

 

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