This is what happens when you let your oldest daughter, who really likes power tools, to babysit while you are gone one afternoon. She cobbles together a sulky using an old lawn chair.
Parts of this were left over from when she first tried to make one many years ago. M. had seen a very expensive one in a toy catalogue and wanted to try to make her own, and so she tried. It never worked quite like she envisioned it. Yesterday, after having rolled around different plans for how to remake it in her head, she came up with this. It's pretty sturdy and can hold an older child or adult.
Or it can hold two smaller children.
I anticipate this gets a lot of use over the rest of the summer.