Frank G. Tarbox Sr. holds his grandson and undoubtedly bounces him a bit on the joggling board.
The porch of this 19th century Pawleys house features a newly crafted rope hammock and a lowcountry joggling board. Note the strength and flexibility of the one long heart pine board that stretches from posts with rockers. A mother with six children might appreciate the hours of amusement that a joggling board could provide.
The porch of the former All Saints Summer Academy on Pawleys Island. The house was most likely built in the late 1830s and stood until Hurricane Hugo destroyed it in 1989. Note the homemade joggling board on the left side of the porch.