We used cable to run through the pole and put loops on each end with swages. The bottom loop was made first using a swage to attach the end to the rest of the cable and through the loop we added a screw so the loop would be secure at the bottom. Then we added the clip and attached the cable with a swage again to keep the clip in place so it can be hung from an eye bolt. The table from the Lazy Susan had some hardware on it and we left that how it was, mostly it was a screw to keep the table in place so it could be put up or down on the pole. On this same topic, there were two tables that were on the Lazy Susan and I used the second table for another toy. This toy is the same concept but it wobbles a lot more. I ran rope through the middle of the table and just knotted it at the bottom. I then ran the rope through a piece of fire hose and knotted a loop through the top so we could attach a quick link so it could be hung. This one wasn’t as ridged, it would be more for maybe batting food off of it more than balancing like the other one.
- Biscuit powder (omnivore or bear is what I use)
- Blueberries & diced apples (or whatever you want!)
- Peanut butter (optional)
Mix up powder and water to make a thick mush that is shapable. (Alternatively, you can soak whole biscuits in water for an hour or so until they are able to be mushed). Mix in your produce. Shape into cookies, place on flat surface like a cutting board or cookie pan. Freeze for 2 hours. Best if not frozen all the way through, but edible either way. "Frost" with peanut butter.
2/2 grizzly bears give it 5 claws up.