i used to be making an attempt a couple of bits in regards to the historical past of the adirondack chair today sooner than penning this and one sentence from excellent antique jumped out at me: adirondacking is a used in the southern u. ation. describe public picnics at which individuals sit primarily in adirondack chairs. it's also used describe the use of public adirondack-chair presentations outdoor home-growth & grocery outlets as a unadorned leisure holiday at the same time as ping.
i problem! i ve d in the southeastern usa for half of my existence & i ve never heard this. critically have you ever heard anyone say they were "adirondacking"? & if so had been they talking about going up blue mountain lake for a unadorned holiday or picnicking in a unadorned bersome chair in georgia? or are they ouncing " o honey allow ine up home depot and adirondacking so we will other folks the entire parking zone actionandquot;? who writes this stuff & why do they believe they may be able to just make up e verbs? ah well they are still great looking chairs. here are a unadorned bunch of them in several kinds placed in several settings from round homss. furniture.
relax outside in those cl ic seats.