• Large Picnic Table with End Benches
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    Large Picnic Table with End Benches

    So here’s a really cool picnic table because it’s got benches at both ends. And it’s all done mostly with 2 by 12s here. You can see two by twelves bolted together to this 4 by 4, cross braced with four by fours. The whole thing is bolted with through bolts all the way down. And the most interesting part is right here where they just attached plywood cleats and through bolts to get that end bench in, which you don’t see very often. Really nice design, It looks like that table is eight feet long, and the benches are an extra I don’t know, about 10 and a half…

  • Treated Pine Hexagon Picnic Table from CedarStore.com
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    Treated Pine Hexagon Picnic Table from CedarStore.com

    Here we are with the hexagon treated pine picnic table. I’ve had this product for many, many years. Manufactured right here in Pennsylvania. As you can see with the hexagon sits six people comfortably. From point to point, 60 inches, which is a nice favorable top for your food, plates, and etc. What’s nice about the hexagon design that we’ve come up with we’ve come up with this nice trim that goes around the top that really tops the whole design of this table. What’s also nice about treated pine weathers to a silver-grey or you made add any stain, sealer or paint of your choice. We also offer that…

  • How-To Build a Picnic Table Out of Logs
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    How-To Build a Picnic Table Out of Logs

    so today I am building a picnic table out of logs what I’m going to do I’m going to cut down a bunch of trees maybe about six or seven inches in diameter and I’m going to rip them which means just cut them right in half almost like splitting them with my chainsaw and then I’m going to put together a picnic table all right two down probably 20 more to go ripping this tree here and I almost went right through a nail I’m gonna have to sharpen my chain again but somehow there’s just a really old nail right in this tree see it’s grown right is…

  • Folding Picnic Tables
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    Folding Picnic Tables

    Uline’s Folding Picnic Tables provide comfortable seating for schools, events and outdoor areas. Folding Picnic Tables quickly fold up to 4” for convenient storage when not in use and the attached straps secure the closed table. And, tables are easily transported and set up when and wherever needed. Uline’s Folding Picnic Tables are available in multiple colors and textures…and include an umbrella hole and feature a sturdy, powder-coated steel frame. With UV-protected polyurethane tabletops and bench seats, the folding picnic table is weather and rust-resistant making it ideal for three-season seating. Whatever your Outdoor Furniture and Equipment needs are you can rely on ULINE to have the solution!

  • How To Build a Picnic Table – 084
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    How To Build a Picnic Table – 084

    right so you get your main cutlass and a couple diagrams go ahead and take all your pieces are materials and make the proper cuts are may change some stuff to make it more user friendly so may not look exactly like this piece of paper here cobble go ahead make off all your cuts and that way we can start assembly arts game three of the safest as several of heavily edited slightly because the users dot uh… adults of repaired obviously thought it was print were also are uh… using that he’s throughout the and a happening with the animals facing this lady and centered on the edge…

  • Red Cedar Picnic Table with Attached Benches from CedarStore.com
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    Red Cedar Picnic Table with Attached Benches from CedarStore.com

    Here is a great red cedar picnic table featuring the traditional A frame design. But, with the rich western red cedar wood, it elevates it to a higher styling. If you look at the construction, especially here where the attached benches meet the table, you can see the expert and sturdy craftsmanship that will allow you to enjoy this table without worrying about it being damaged or windblown during a storm. Of course, many customers choose stainless steel hardware and stain/sealer. It further protects it from harsh elements. And, if you’re looking to create that true, restaurant-style outdoor dining experience, you can add a two inch umbrella hole right here…

  • The ULTIMATE Picnic Table (Cup Holders Included)
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    The ULTIMATE Picnic Table (Cup Holders Included)

    In today’s video, we’re going to be showing you how to build the ultimate picnic table. Not only is it weather proof, but it also has a built-in cooler, cup holders, and condiment trays. [Captions by Judy V. at Y Translator] [Music] [Music] Here’s the supplies we’re going to need to get started on this picnic table. We’ve got five boards of composite deck material. This is sort of like MDF, if it were made out of plastic. It’s textured to look like wood, is extremely durable, and is pretty much completely weatherproof. Each of the boards I have is 8 feet long, and they are the same width as…

  • Treated Pine Octagon Walk-In Picnic Table from CedarStore.com
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    Treated Pine Octagon Walk-In Picnic Table from CedarStore.com

    Here we are with the treated pine octagon picnic table. Manufactured right here in Pennsylvania. As you can see the octagon-walk-in. The walk-in is the whole key to it. Boom! Walk in, sit down, you don’t have to climb over the benches. That’s why it’s a big, big seller. Seats eight people comfortably, you can see the octagon design on the top, which is a really nice feature. It has our trim piece underneath here for the extra support on the table top. Two inch umbrella hole, if you need that you may add that at no extra cost. You’ll see that on the website. What’s also nice about this,…

  • Indoor Picnic –  set the mood
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    Indoor Picnic – set the mood

    Today we’re having a picnic indoors. [ music ] Come on in. Welcome to my home. Well today isn’t gonna go as planned. I was gonna give you a whole video about picnics. And instead we’re in between rainstorms. So that’s gonna be something interesting. So I’m gonna have to bring the picnic inside and I’ll show you how I do that. It’s not really hard and doesn’t take a lot of time. It’s just a little thought processes that you really have to go through to get that feeling of being outside at a picnic, inside Well, let’s get started. First things first, pick out where you want to…