Photo taken in Huntsville, Ontario in Summer 2012
Definition (from wiki):
The Adirondack chair is a simple rustic wooden chair for outdoor use. In the original design it was made with 11 flat wooden boards, with a straight back and seat. It also features wide armrests. In Canada it is sometimes known as the Muskoka chair, from the eponymous Canadian town.
Muskoka is a scenic area sprinkled with about 1600 lakes, picturesque villages and towns, farming communities, and lakeside vacation hotels and resorts near to golf courses, country clubs, and marinas.
Now, you know why this seat is golden :-)