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I have to admit, I find these recycled tire planters charming. Planting containers made from tires are pretty easy to make and cost almost nothing. Since it costs to dispose of tires, getting a few used wheels from a local auto shop should be a snap.

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TIRES! Planting Retaining Wall. Tire tops are cut off and tires are flipped inside out so they look smooth. Then painted with latex house paint. Don't they look like teracotta pots now? Very nice and cheap retaining wall. Large tire recycling places will PAY YOU to take tires away too. But local tire shops will sell you old ones for $5 each.

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Going to try this... Call a used car lot and ask to borrow some tires for a couple of days... This will be great for Beck's party!

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Ac Services And Repair Cornelia Georgia | Pritchett Tire - Cornelia | Pritchett Tire - Cornelia, GA #georgia #CorneliaGA #shoplocal #localGA

RV Parts, RV Accessories & Supplies for Motorhomes, Campers, Trailers, Trailer Tires, Camping & Outdoor Accessories & Supplies - AND THEY'RE LOCAL!!

If we ever get to open our own coffee shop.

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If you are looking for @devonsmillie's new signature Fuego tires in the #UK you better have your local shop contact @imgdistribution to get your order in! These just landed and they're already going fast!! #bmx #flybikes #imgdistribution #style #tire #rubber #2017 #fuego #bike #bicycle

Repurposed Garden Planters: Recycling Ideas for Indoor and Outdoor Gardens

BRILLIANT!!!!!!! To build the trellis for the peas, the blogger used two old tire rims that the local bicycle shop was more than happy to give her. Looks like she used twine for climbing lines and maybe wire to hold up the top!! What a great space saver in the corner of a raised bed garden, or anywhere else!

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We headed to the dirt with tires aired down and nervous drivers ready to finally get this show on the road. Local shop owner Cecil Derrick was our trail leader and he slipped into the first crack of Twister like it was an old pair of boots. His tube buggy made short work of many of Barnwell's obstacles, and his crew of volunteer trail hands had our group of visiting wheelers moving smoothly down the trail.