Well, some things are more important. We put in two good days of work on the chair, and the next few days we snuck in time when when we could. This morning, Dad pounded the rivets on the back, and we were done by 9:30 or so.
In the meantime, I got to go fishing with Dad and my brother, Chuck, went golfing, and we had a great Easter celebration with all of the family that was around.
|I used two screws here, instead of three. It was a decision mandated by the materials.|
|Dad in his chair.|
|Just as comfortable as mine.|
|Partners in crime.|
The chair turned out to exceed all my expectations both aesthetically and structurally. Not only beautiful, but strong. Dad sure seems proud of the chair, and I hope he enjoys it for many years.
Most of all, I treasure the opportunity I had to spend time with my Dad working wood making something beautiful together.