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July 10, 2010

One Very Large Chair at The Farm House in Toano, Virginia































Just down the road from Williamsburg, in Toano, is The Farm House, where we do our adirondack chair shopping. We thought you would enjoy a little of their advertising, which leaves no doubt about what they sell.  : )

13 comments:

Linda said...

Very disconcerting - I didn't know at first what was the 'real' size of chair.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

How fun to have something this much out of scale! Definitely a head turner! Makes summer travel fun.

anjoe playhouse said...

Take a seat ;-)

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

Good job photographing the large chair with the regular-sized seating. I've passed by a business in Erie, PA that has three large-sized chairs, stacked. I keep meaning to stop and snap a picture.

Tracy said...

Terrific advertising. I have seen the "world's largest rocking chair" and I think this may be just as large.

lewi14 said...

What a gigantic chair. Take a seat (anjoe said) and fasten your seat belts!

Johnny Nutcase said...

that is a serious rocking chair!!

Marka said...

That must be for all the important people who shop there.

dAwN said...

Awesome photos of Williamsburg..one of our favorite places.
Very cool chair!

KaHolly said...

HI! Thanks for stopping by my Cape Breton blog today. I was going to come visit you today, isn't that funny? Love the chair. ~karen

ρομπερτ said...

If the size of a chair would be analogue to the need of it, this would just be right. Interesing indeed. Looks like a place to spend much time. Please have a wonderful Sunday.

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Joan Perry; Sidewalk Curator said...

That is big! We had one for a while as part of an outdoor art exhibit in the park but it was the size you can climb up on - and I did!

Ebie said...

So huge indeed! I would need a step stool! Great find!

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