good try anyway, Peter Otterloop, Sr.
It really is a sad sort of porch.
The porch is bigger than his car anyway.
This is known as a “90 degree rock”
Good ol’ Dill, you can always count on him to come up with the next best thing…. Oh, wait a minute; the next best thing means Rockin’ Otterloop was the best… I guess, I meant the next better thing; yeh that’s it.. uh no, wait,.. that don’t sound right?
Try putting the rocker on the porch sideways, Mr. Otterloop.
Sidewalk superintendents! Bah! Get off of my yard!
That’s not a porch, that’s a step.
I detect a subtle lack of empathy with these kids ;)
One of the many, many reasons old (1930ish or before) houses are better!
He should gave turned the rocking chair sideways.
Alice’s dad certainly does love his far-too-small-for-comfort amenities
Then we can check out my father working under a car which he raised with the jack from the trunk.
What can I say, Dads are supposed to be entertaining!
Sorry about that, Peter. Everything in Cul de Sac is either too small or too crowded or too cramped. And the kids are heartless. I wonder what will happen to Dill’s Dad? What will the kids do after that accident?