The Lewis and Clark Expedition Stools are inspired by campfire gatherings and exploration. These little stowaways are ideal for starry nights in the garden, cozy dinner parties (when a few more chairs are needed), or story time around a wood-burning stove in the dead of winter.
Constructed of reclaimed oak, primarily from barns in PA built in the 1800s. Each stool will vary slightly in grain texture and indications of the wood's prior life such as nail holes, bug holes and saw marks. Finished with two coats of 100 percent pure tung oil, both wood and waxed canvas are water resistant. Folds up for easy storage.
This high grade solid brass compass is the perfect tool for any outdoor expedition. Just clip on to your backpack, jacket zipper, or lanyard and begin your adventure.
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The Audubon Bird Call is a classic, simple birdwatcher's tool with a 60 year history. Invented by Roger Eddy in 1947, its success was immediate and its production ran parallel to Mr. Eddy's other accomplishments: four published novels, several terms in the Connecticut state legislature, and maintaining a successful produce farm outside of Hartford.
The Bird Call is made from cast zinc and birch wood in Rhode Island (the metal ring still reads "NEWINGTON CONN" in honor of the factory's original location). It doesn't mimic specific birdcalls but rather creates a tweeting noise that curious birds recognize and investigate.
American Bird Products is still owned and run by the Eddy family. With a little care and the occasional application of rosin, their Bird Call will last for years.
Light your way with the classic Barebones Forest Lantern. Rechargeable Li-Ion batteries put out 325 lumens of warm light for up to 4 hours. Keep the light setting on low and the Forest Lantern will glow for 80+ hours. Enclosed in a steel body, the Forest Lantern will never be hot to the touch. And when technology calls, you can charge your accessories via built-in USB. As seen in Travel + Leisure.