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    Are they Adirondac's or Muskoka's?

    These are 2 of 3 to be completed this week, of more than 100+ that I have built over the past 15 - 20 years. They were built from Norm Abram's Adirondac chair plan. What do you want to call them? Adirondac's or Muskoka's?
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    I am so tired of building them, that I gave away the full size 1/4" tempered masonite templates along with Norm's set of plans. They were built from 5/4 Cedar deck boards. A very substantial and comfortable chair.
    Mack C. in Brooklin ON
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    I have built several as well (but not anything approaching 100 and not from the same plan that you used Mack). The plan that I use, originated from a company in Bracebridge, so I guess that would mean that the ones I make are called Muskoka Chairs.
    Cheers, Frank

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    This is one of those insider stories. But here is the link to crack their secret code!

    Muskoka

    Looks like a nice place and a good reason to have such nice chairs.
    Regards,
    Bill Antonacchio

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