The time has come; we finally went and bought The Big Chair. After days of debating, going back to the store and visiting The Big Chair and sitting on the floor, we took the plunge.
The Big Chair is now the centerpiece in our basement. If a man’s home is his castle, The Big Chair is definitely DH’s throne.
We also bought the munchkins banana chairs. So now there is a place for everyone and everyone in their place for television watching. I get the couch, when I’m not on the computer.
The warehouse where we purchased The Big Chair is in an industrial depot, an abandoned World War II military depot.
The military depot fascinated me. Being a romantic at heart and having a keen interest in the World War II era I am intrigued by the buildings, pockmarked roads, and rusting train tracks that make up the depot.
It was built in the desert, which adds to the desolate feeling of the place. A storm was blowing in across the desert, it was early evening the sun had not yet set, but it was sending light slanting across the barren fields and neglected buildings in a most interesting manner.
I made DH turn around and go back so I could get these photos of what I believe to be storage units for ammunition.
A twisted tree standing strong against the harsh environment caught my eye, and when the family went in to look at
The Big Chair, I took these photos.
I’m not really sure if I prefer them in black and white or color. POD thoughts anyone?