Being Creative to Keep Fit

Being Creative to Keep Fit


Michelle Penny
Michelle Penny
Being Creative to Keep Fit
I made my hoop from some scrap wood and cut it down to the measurements I needed.Then took some 80 sanding papers and sanded down the backboard, after that was complete I painted it to make it look better. I then had to screw everything together and check if it’s steady. To hold it up I dug a small hole to put the plank into and then patched it up with the excess dirt. And finally, to be sure it was safe, I tied a piece of string to the top of it and to the hedge so it doesn’t lean and fall.
Oliver Appa 9Ash

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