Hey, last week I was walking down the road using my old battered grey
metal walking stick when i saw this lady with a real cool stick, all
patterned and really neat. I looked for a similar one and found what I
was looking for - its got a handle that is shaped to fit the palm of
my hand and so lessens the strain on my wrist. Hey check it out if you
There are also some really cool natural sticks
and the traditional sticks withhandles made from sheeps and antlers
horns http://www.stonesofscotland.co.uk/acatalog/LONG_&_RUSTIC_STICKS.html .
I can tell you I have flung my old grey metal stick away. I now have
my egular anatomical stick, a small folding one to fit into my handbag
and a few unusual ones for the hall stand - and they make great
talking points.http://www.stonesofscotland.co.uk/acatalog /
COLLECTORS_CANES.html and I also a pair of hiking poles - I didn'e
find them too supportive but friends of mine and who are fiiter, say
they are essential when hill walking
I really like the Knob sticks too
On Apr 29, 12:19 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
An interesting application of the weed twister is it's use as a
walking stick - one that will never break! You can also use it to
pull out weeds! This stick is especially appropriate for hiking or
walking in dirt paths because of the sharp tines. However, you can
also place a golf ball in the coiled tines to traverse into paved
paths, as well.
Can you think of any other tool that serves as a good walking stick?
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