It was a balmy 32 degrees F this morning when Tom and I assembled our new Adirondack chairs to sit on around our smokeless fire pit.
Last winter, Tom grabbed some picnic table benches from the shelters in our woods to sit on around the fire (oh wait, I haven’t told you the story of all our picnic tables yet…). This winter we will be sitting in style.
We eked out what we could of our summer patio furniture. But alas, when the last of my summer annuals went to the flower graveyard, our summer furniture followed suit and went into storage until spring.
Although, I’m totally thinking these Adirondack chairs may become year round seating on our patio.
Our Adirondack chairs are made in the USA from post consumer plastic trash that would otherwise end up in the ocean or a landfill. This video explains the unique process.
They are engineered to withstand all of the elements from sun to snow and everything in between. And they come with a 20-year warranty. Tom says they better last us until we die. He’s so funny.
It took us 45 minutes to assemble the first chair. Ha! And about 10 minutes each for the remaining three. It helps to have two people but I assembled one all by myself as did Tom.
They are quite comfy and I love that the armrests are extra wide. Wide enough in fact for me to rest my laptop on and work while enjoying the fire.
I actually edited the video for this post sitting by the fire.
If you’re ever in our neck of the Wisconsin woods, stop on by for a fire. I’ll save an Adirondack chair for you.
“Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it.” ~Hebrews 13:2