When you know, you know.
You live for that feeling of the sand between your toes. For the heat of the afternoon sun surrounding you like a warm hug. For the sound of the waves crashing against the shore while you sip on a drink with a tiny umbrella sticking out of it.
So sit back and kick some sand around, you’ve earned it.
If you’ve ever sat with friends around a campfire, you don’t need to be informed that the best stories are told around the glow of dancing flames. For those folks, this is the one for you.
The Storyteller caters to those who are adventurous in spirit, one with nature and not afraid of a little embellishment here and there as long as it improves the overall story.
So pull up a chair, we know you have some stories to tell.
Could it be argued that the Peoplewatcher is more bench, less chair? Sure.
But you didn’t come to the park to argue. You came to be entertained. Whether you’re watching your grandkids conquer the playground, a mom plead with her toddler to stop eating dirt or the adorable chase between a little girl and her boy crush, the scenes are a plenty.
So leave all the screens to the young ‘uns, all you need is a couple metal legs and some wood slats for your entertainment.
Birds chirpin’, breeze blowin’, pages turnin’, kids playin’ and sun settin’.
If you can find a better place to enjoy these activities than the front porch, we’d love to know about it. The Porchrocker is for the person that doesn’t need much to enjoy themselves. They understand that life is less about getting more and more about enjoying what they already have.
So come on out to the porch, this chair ain’t gonna rock itself.
Ahh… the King of Relaxation.
While the Kickbacker tends to skew heavily toward males, it can really cater to a multitude of folks. The easiest way to tell if this is your chair is by evaluating if you commonly use the phrases “resting my eyes” or “hey, I was watching that.”
So kick back and toss your feet up - just make sure you have the remote first.
There are two kinds of people in this world: those who mow because the grass grows and those who mow because it’s food for their soul.
We’ve all seen them. The guy or gal who clearly mows their lawn more than what is necessary simply because they just don’t have a whole lot else to do. But guess what? They aren’t doing it out of boredom. They do it because they love it.
So if you’re in the latter group, pull the choke and fire it up - you’re retired after all.