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Adirondack Chairs

Adirondack Chairs
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And then the whole chair deconstructs and becomes a pile of boards. Then you cart it off to the dump or burn it in the next bonfire.

And that’s okay. Because here’s the thing about the Goldilocks Project: There’s never an end to it. Looking for “just right” becomes a calling. When the last chair goes, there’s always a new one waiting to be discovered. And that keeps me going.

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2 Responses to Adirondack Chairs

  1. Don Gamache July 28, 2009 at 4:19 pm #

    I love the article. I live away from New England now but an Adirondac chair always makes me feel at home. My first major woodworking project (I was 12, a long time ago) was making one for my Mom. She had it for years. Good memories are made in these chairs.

  2. Carol Podgorski July 29, 2009 at 9:02 am #

    I really have enjoyed reading this article and have printed it as well . My experience with the Adirondack chair began in Bar Harbor , Maine where my husband and I have been vacationing in either July or August for over ten years . We have also enjoyed ” relaxing ” in them in the White Mountains .
    Our backyard has two Adirondack chairs set under the trees and one that has never been used ; we like to have one ready for an ” Endless Summer ” .

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