CONFESSIONS FROM A HOARDER.(We just cleaned out one of our storage lockers and donated over 20 antique chairs to a local charity). Camp chairs dont only have to be the wood folding scout style.We realized that I have a hoarding problem when I search word chair in our camp photo library and a hundred results popped up.If you find identifying vintage chairs boring – do not read further. (This is for our Fellow chair nerds) HOW MANY CAN YOU IDENTIFY?(Hint: V=vintage. N=new. C=custom)V: Old Hickory Co. – IndianaV: Bros Co. Whiskey Barrel – KentuckyV: Rhododendron roots- custom V: Chromcraft Tulip – MississippiV: Beechwood/ chrome MCM – Fasem, Italy V: Vernon Patton – ItalyV: Emmett Adirondack- MinnesotaC: Acacia foldingN: Weatherby Counter- West VirginiaN: Rope sling IKEAThe common denonimator:None of them are what youd expect to find at an American summer camp. Theyre always in need of repair, because like everything here- theyre old. So the investment isnt the price you pay for them,Its the cost of time to keep all the legs on.(Next up: the rustic roundup)————————————————–ANSWERS (DONT PEEK!)……….ANSWERS:No.1:Chromcraft Tulip – MississippiNo.2:Rhododendron roots – customNo.3:Acacia foldingNo.4:Beechwood/ chrome MCM – Fasem, ItalyNo.5:Weatherby Counter- West VirginiaNo.6:Bros Co. Whiskey Barrel – KentuckyNo.7: Rope sling – IKEANo.8:Emmett Adirondack- MinnesotaNo.9:Old Hickory Co. – IndianaNo.10: Vernon Patton – Italy