I watched the hawks soar overhead, and I exchanged pleasantries with a couple paddling their way down the river. But the most exciting part was when I finally spotted an bald eagle’s nest through the trees. Having the chance to see and try to understand a day in the life of an eagle is an awe inspiring experience. The mother would take off and come back not long after with food for her baby chicks. If I strained, I could hear their cries. With the binos pressed to my face, I could make out their faint traces of movement, but it was the adult eagles that put on a show for me. There’s just something amazing about eagle watching that gave me hope for our world, for the survival of life itself, because if an eagle’s nest can survive, we have a reason to work toward saving the planet.
The Ostrich chair’s frame is made of a metal piping, while the arm rests are a nice finished wood, with a plastic cup holder. It’s a quality chair, made for avid beach goers, but as a not-so-avid beach goer, I found it to be a great chair for lounging anywhere, even along a river in Ohio. My only criticism is that it can be difficult to maneuver the chair as it folds down nicely, but is still a large chair. So I probably would opt to leave it at home when I go on my next camp trip. But overall, I was impressed with how many positions were built into the design of the Ostrich chair.
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(River photo by edrost88 via Flickr)
Article written by Brandon Scott – Product photo © Ostrich Chair/Deltess