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Baby Seats for Big People, Too!

When they have a huge wedding reception here, the couple and their families usually rent chairs and tables for the celebrants.  However, these aren't what you are used to seeing.  The tables are short and about 15 inches square, and the little stools are about a foot high, with a seating area of about 6 by 12 inches...

Of Course, they are perfect for the Kid's Christmas Party!  We need to seat a ton of people on the patio of our new suite.  The suite itself will be the staging area for all the gifts that Papa Noel will be handing out, and its kitchen will be used to set up and serve all the food.

Here we are unloading the first truckload of seating...


Unfortunately, when the guys loaded up for the next load, the engine failed to catch, so we all had to push the truck to the top of the driveway and push like crazy right toward the house! 

 This scheme took two tries...but it worked...here are the happy pushers getting to ride this time...



The guys posed near the end of the second batch of seating...

that's the patio in front of the seat...

 Rox spun around and snapped the sunset that you would have seen from your vantage point in the suite...

Posted on Tue, December 21, 2010 at 07:26PM by Registered CommenterBob & Roxanne | CommentsPost a Comment | References1 Reference

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