I am just two months away from 80. I grew up in Montana and my parents
had many friends on ranches
which we frequented. I saw many one leg stools. They were made from
what was at hand and a spike or two.No padding. Usually a rough cut 2X4
on top with either an other 2X4 for the leg or a cut off from a pine
On Tue, 8 Mar 2016 07:22:00 -0800 (PST), firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I used one as a kid. Home made and had a belt harness to strap it on so you
could move around without having to carry the stool from cow to cow.
Here is a simple one without a harness. OK for looks, but not easy to use if
you are actually going to be milking cows.
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