— This is from our, let's say, dacha life. I mean, it's for carrying potatoes so that they don't fall all over the place, so as not to waste as much energy. Well, I mean, metal crates were being replaced with plastic ones. So there was a load of metal just lying around, and I began thinking of how I could put it to use. It's a sturdy construction. Very solid. It was for bottles, from a milk bottle crate. For milk bottles. So I, like, broke up the center and stuck this mesh in there. And, so that you can put things in there, so that things don't move around when it's vibrating, I wrapped this medical tourniquet for splints around it. Or you can use something from an exercise band, so that nothing is blown out by the wind, as sometimes happens. You can wrap a fishing rod up here, and that will stop it from vibrating too. It's functional but aesthetically not so great. You can cut a bit off an inner tube too so that things don't slip out or get tossed around. I used that too. But these are just functional things, not that interesting (...) These milk crates had sections for the milk bottles, which I cut out. This is a milk crate, and the standard bottles went in here. There were a whole lot of sections in there. I put this net inside. It's a lot easier like that, for one thing. And I welded these bar things in here. It's easy to remove, but it stays on well too, with just one screw. You put it on this thing here. It's very convenient.