I agree with adot45, I hate whacking my knees on traditional picnic table legs. The only thing I might like better about the traditional design over this alternative is the ability to scoot on to the seats from the side. That function is more accommodating for the elderly or disabled. I do however like that this design makes use of the ends of the table.
Aw man, I hope I didn't scare off jhon mcray :huh:
Jhon, come back! I was only pointing out that this topic is, technically, in the wrong section of the forum. But if it was actually a problem a moderator would have moved it. It's perfectly fine to carry on with the thread though.
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