After making two Adirondack chairs, I’ve come to the conclusion that while they are about 100 times more comfy than mass market chairs they could still be better.
I made the leg section four inches longer and cut a new angle for the seat to give more room in the seat. My only concern is how it will feel under the knees.
I’ve cut out one leg so far, I’ll do the other today and do a dry run on the seat for comfort.
I’m also going to lay the back out at a lesser angle, not a complete recline, but I want to find that perfect angle where you relax.
-- Mom always said, "you can do anything you put your mind to." The older I get the more I realize she was right.