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Re: Director's Chair in Canada

Post by Just Jenny on Sun Feb 14, 2010 8:43 am

Shirley Pine in Vermont has that chair. It's wonderful. and it is light....I'm going to guess 10 to 12 lbs. The 33 lbs is shipping weight. So at it's worst maybe 15 or 16 lbs.

short of using the pillow to keep the little ones forward, I have now started to tell the kids to sit up, relax and put your hands right here (indicating the front corner of the arms) It seems to work as they now have a reference point of where to be, and have something solid to hold on to.

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Post by Judy on Sun Feb 14, 2010 10:33 pm

Good points Jenny!

Magna, that would be very stressful for sure! Can't imagine how you would have felt! Glad everything turned out OK.

Criss: The chair weighs 13 lbs.
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Post by Guest on Sun Feb 14, 2010 11:57 pm

Kristal wrote:Haha, I'd say "Vancouver," and they say, "Me too!" - to which I say, "actually, I'm in Surrey." They'd ask why I don't just say Surrey - well, because then you'd get this:

"Where are you from?"

"Surrey."

"...where?"

"It's near Vancouver."

"Oh!"

And thus, there is no point. Ha.



Oh yeah... all the time. I always say I'm from Vancouver (orginally) too... people have heard of it. Say Surrey or Delta and you get a blank look. And we actually DID live in downtown Vancouver (on Haro at Thurlow - Great location!) for about a year in the early 80s so I figure it is an accurate statement anyway!

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Post by Just Jenny on Sun Feb 14, 2010 11:58 pm

Awww, I was so close, I still think it's a really cool chair, even if I can't guess it's most accurate weight.

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Post by CATZ on Mon Feb 15, 2010 12:26 am

Shannon, a friend of mine lived on Haro near Thurlow. It was a great location and fun people watching too. Now she's near the Main Street skytrain station.

I just say I'm an hour east of Vancouver in a little town called Mission. Very Happy
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Post by Guest on Mon Feb 15, 2010 12:35 am

Have you ever been up to visit the actual mission? I've been twice...

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Post by CATZ on Mon Feb 15, 2010 1:04 am

Yup! I love the view at the end of the path. We like to take friends up there when they're visiting. Here's my daughter there back in 2005 when my cousins from Norway came.



My husband has a funny story from his errant past there. He and his buddy were drunk and went up there one night when there was a lot of snow on the ground. They made a ruckus and a monk came out to ask them what they were doing as they were down on the ground on their backs because they were falling down drunk. His buddy Dusty started waving his arms and legs and responded with 'we're making snow angels'...not their proudest moment!
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