Few people enjoy a good stroll quite like 95-year-old Harvey Djerf.

He’s been seen walking the same route in a Plymouth, Minnesota, neighborhood as long as anyone can remember.

“I’ve always liked to walk,” the World War II veteran tells local station KARE11. “I feel better if I walk.”

So too, it seemed, did the people who gazed out their windows to find Djerf on one of his twice-daily saunters.

Then one day, someone put out a chair for him.

“People saw me stopping and catching my breath,” he tells KARE11. “They figured that Harvey maybe needs a place to rest.”

And they were right. Djerf sunk right into that chair,

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