Fort Clatsop was the final encampment for the Corps of Discovery before their return trip east. Perhaps the greatest canoe-powered endeavor of the new world, the Corps of Discovery traveled from St. Louis, MO to the coast of the Pacific in present day Oregon. Led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark it was an over two year perilous canoe journey, mapping and exploring the newly acquired Louisiana Purchase. Fort Clatsop was their winter HQ from Dec. 1805 until spring and their departure home.
This design is painted on Sanborn's Voyageur Heritage Paddle. With an elegantly traditional blade shape these are graceful in and out of the water. They’re perfect for lazy turns around the lake or for gracing the wall of your cabin. Each is a laminated combination of western red cedar, aspen and black walnut.
The Night Sky is widely recognized by the amateur astronomy and educational communities as the overall best planisphere on the market. With instructions printed on the back for handy reference you will be locating constellations and select deep sky objects within minutes.
The Calpine Chair stands at 15 inches tall. It provides a sturdy, heavy duty frame for maximum stability at new heights. Because of its elevated stature, the Calpine Chair is equally ideal for chilling around the campfire ring or on the back porch.
The Mantis Chair, is made from lightweight collapsible tent poles, the frame has been redesigned to work more like a standard chair, with longer tent poles for its four-legged base. This allows the chair to sit higher, fit a larger sling, and offer more stability.
The Mayfly Chair is a three-legged, convertible seat that combines the rockability of the Monarch with the stability of the Mantis. Recline on sturdy ground while leaning on the removable front foot. Or remove it to be in control of your center of gravity.