Does your ideal backyard feature a fire pit? Ours too! It makes summer so much more fun when we can safely make s’mores – or even other barbecue foods we’d normally throw on the grill! – over open-but-contained flame, and when the temps start to fall, fire pits extend our time outside and keep us warm. But we’re not always eager to start digging into our grass or make a permanent, dirty hole that just sits there when we’re not using it. So what can we do? Make a concrete one the DIY way! Household Hacker visits Rumble to show us how.
How To Make Your Own Backyard Fire Pit
Fur is flying in White Settlement City, Texas, after the city council voted 2-1 to evict a beloved cat from the library where he’s been a fixture for the last six years. City councilman Elzie Clements claimed that the library was “no place for animals.” But Mayor Ron White, who doesn’t have a council vote, is not happy with the situation. He accused the council of evicting Browser out of retaliation. “We’ve had that cat five years, and there’s never been a question,” White told The Fort Worth Star Telegram. “That cat doesn’t have anything to do with whether somebody can have their puppy at City Hall. That cat doesn’t hurt anybody … The council just went out and did this on their own because they don’t like cats.” The dissenting city councilman has asked the council to reconsider the ban at their next meeting. — Read it at Yahoo News