At Costco the other day I saw it again. Something I've been coveting, then rejecting for a while. Every time I go there, the tumbling composter makes me stand next to it for a few moments, wondering if it makes sense for the Way of the Green. A brand-new item, made of plastic and metal? $98? (I believe it's this one, just cheaper at Costco.)
I should probably just reuse something I already have, such as some plastic bins. Why do I need something new to do this? It seems as though it would be space-saving in general, it still is too big for either of my patios. I need to find something smaller, and I need to be more innovative.
Edited to add: This is my teeny patio today, with native (desert, low-water) species I planted last week. To the right is a gardening bench with tools, gloves, pots and the like. To the left are pool things, kids toys, a recycling can and a full storage closet.