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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-25-2019, 01:15 PM
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A great addition to any home. Well done.
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Ya done gooood!
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Nice. I've swung in one or two, but always considered the squeak part of the background noise, like crickets. Prefer rockers tho, you can shift them, to catch the breeze better.

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Nice. I've swung in one or two, but always considered the squeak part of the background noise, like crickets. Prefer rockers tho, you can shift them, to catch the breeze better.
That might be a future project. Nothing as sophisticated as Two Skies Maloof inspired chair though.

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Nice job, Charles...good thinkin' planning ahead with the 2x6's...
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VERY nice, Charles! I love porch swings...
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Nice job on the swing and the description of the necessity of a swing especially back in the day in the South.
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