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Margaret Loiterton
I love the look and comfort of the Adironack chair but as you get older one can't get out of the jolly things, any clever carpenters out there have a solution?
   
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emmach
Our favourite place for a Sunday afternoon.
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kooky_karen

I have a question - how do you get out of it?

Also, do height challenged adults sit back and have their legs stick out in front of them?

I think I would like some padding under my derriere and at my back..

   

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