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From time to time I get the urge to stretch a little and make something that tickles my fancy. Perhaps some of these walking sticks will tickle yours. I've usually got a selection of them sitting around the house, and may even have one or two of these available for sale to a good home.
Check out the pages below for an explanation of what, why and how-in-the-world.
Most of these sticks are 36" and have no
tip so that they can be cut down to the correct size. Some are tapered,
the shaft being 1 inch (25mm) at the grip, and tapering to 3/4 inch (19mm)
at the tip. Others are 3/4 inch for the whole length. One thing is certain,
you aren't going to find these sticks anywhere else.
Taylor for prices on other woods and other sizes.
Some links to information
Vigo County Historical Society
British Columbia First Nations stick carving
The Walking Stick in Paris
Walking Sticks in Hamlyn
Canes and Such history
Sticks for backpacking
Walking sticks from cabbage
Collecting walking sticks
Self Defence using the walking stick
Barton-Wright method I
Barton-Wright method II
From the Canary Islands
The Walking Stick Method of Self Defence (1923)
Tai Chi walking stick
Canes I really like the canes, and I also like the website.
Items from this catalog are sold to support the University of Guelph Sei Do Kai. The Sei Do Kai provides training in Iaido, Kendo, Niten Ichi-ryu Kenjutsu and Shindo Muso Ryu Jodo through classes, seminars and camps.
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