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Adirondack Chairs


billwill81
billwill81
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billwill81

I wanted some Adirondack Chairs for my front porch, so I downloaded the plans from the internet. I started building the chairs on my front driveway on the weekends. After about three weekends, I had built 4 chairs for my porch with the use of my Ryobi Tools. During the construction phase, some of my neighbors and coworkers stopped by and asked what I was building. When I told them they immediately wanted me to build some chairs for them. This was in October of 2011, since this time I have built and sold about 15 sets of chairs. My wife still complains that she can not keep a set of chairs on the porch before they are sold. I have since kicked my wife's car out of the garage and started a part-time business making various wood related projects with my Ryobi Tools. I have purchased a 6x12 foot trailer and will be traveling to various arts and crafts festivals throughout the Atlanta metro area. My Ryobi Tools go everywhere with me.

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Adirondack Chairs

by billwill81
Mar 30, 2012

I wanted some Adirondack Chairs for my front porch, so I downloaded the plans from the internet. I started building the chairs on my front driveway on the weekends. After about three weekends, I had built 4 chairs for my porch with the use of my Ryobi Tools. During the construction phase, some of my neighbors and coworkers stopped by and asked what I was building. When I told them they immediately wanted me to build some chairs for them. This was in October of 2011, since this time I have built and sold about 15 sets of chairs. My wife still complains that she can not keep a set of chairs on the porch before they are sold. I have since kicked my wife's car out of the garage and started a part-time business making various wood related projects with my Ryobi Tools. I have purchased a 6x12 foot trailer and will be traveling to various arts and crafts festivals throughout the Atlanta metro area. My Ryobi Tools go everywhere with me.