A Row of Rockers

John discovered these all-weather rockers recently on L.L.Bean. They come in white and green and the “lumber” they are built from is actually made entirely from recycled milk bottles. Isn’t that cool?

There’s something so inviting about a row of rockers on the porch. There are some great ones on the side porch at The Carolina in Pinehurst, where my grandparents moved when I was a little girl.


And also on the spot perched over the 18th green of Pinehurst’s best course, where John and I enjoyed the afternoon last Easter after a great family weekend.

Photo credits: Mary’s blog and Old Sport Gallery.

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About Meg Davis Hely

I'm a New Jersey native who finds herself living in New England with a soft spot for presents, pretty things, and businesses that do good.
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One Response to A Row of Rockers

  1. Mary Lou Hely says:

    Or, the rockers in the Philadelphia airport. I’d never seen that before and thought what a nice statement that makes about Philadelphia, the warm relaxing welcome to weary travelers with long layovers. Since I discovered those, I’ve started to see rocking chairs show up at more and more airports. How civilized!

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