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This is the first project I have done that I was paid to make. Granted, it was my older brother that ordered it, but since he is paying, it still counts :laughing: Just finished it this weekend. Alaska Birch construction, finished with Boiled Linseed oil and Polyurethane. Mortise and Tenon joinery throughout, except where the back attaches to the base where I used bolts instead to make it more easily disassembled.
 

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Man Cave

That would go great in a Man Cave, or on a covered porch.

Just sittin, sippin and watching the little birdies.........
 

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I actually found the back to be surprisingly comfortable, but obviously everyone is different and for some a curved (or angled) back might be preferable :) Of course, that is a bit beyond my skill level at the moment (well, curving at least. I could probably manage angled), and my brother wanted a straight back anyway.
 
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