If you’re really crafty like my husband, you can convince poor children to scrub buckets just to turn a profit. Yep, these here ones (deliberate butchering of the English language for dramatic purpose) are buckets from our family cattle ranch which (that?) used to have mineral-protein-cowish food in them. (Husband is not around so I can provide an accurate description of said food.) Since we have MANY down there, our ranch manager is always happy for Max to take a few home when we leave.
They are used all the time in GGYR land for a variety of purposes–giving speciality feed to equines, compost projects for JVs, temporary lizard habitats, etc., etc. Now the Village Mercantile is selling them for us. Mighty sweet of them, eh? John, the manager and the kind person who let us borrow his turkeys and sheep for last year’s pumpkin patch, put a price tag of $15 on them. Hopefully they’ll sell like hot cakes.
(Many more not pictured.)
Thanks, JVs. Nice job.