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The grey one is a pine tree killed by fire about 75 years ago.
It would look VERY nice, varnished (no sanding on that one! The other one is fantastically "carved" by Mom Nature; too big for a hiking stick but great for whatever project comes to mind.
My friend Terry Weber now has a dealership on them.Whether you make ONE stick or loads of them, this tool is a "MUST HAVE! Weber is in the USA so there is no problem with all those stupid Canadian taxes like GST (Gouge and Screw Tax). My complete HANDOUT (33 pages) with my Lecture Notes and "Portasluice" plans are now available for YOU. Just happens I got to thinking about crossbows now that they are legal for hunting; here are my experiences with mine.PLEASE NOTE: he has TWO PRICES: the super-low price is for my stick customers and the "regular" price is for everyone else. I'll show you how I am making my own tools to go with it, for stringing it and cocking it. You can read all about my own experiences with my Kindle here and find loads of resources such as links for finding free books for YOUR e-book reader. No doubt you have seen, as I have, on the TV news, reports about the risks we run every day with, in our wallets, cards which have embedded RFID chips.Some of you already know that sometimes, out in the bush at my cabin, "Stick-ing" it can get quite exciting. Then, 3 years after I got it, it started turning itself OFF at the most inconvenient times. FIRST, a neat tip; thanks to Terry D and Marie T: if you want to change the size of the text on in (almost) any window, hold down your Ctrl Key and roll the scrolling wheel on your mouse!! ) If you are like me, you probably have a lot of tape cassettes around the place and would much prefer to have all that music on CDs that you can play, e.g. I converted mine and here are my very detailed notes so you can do it too. I've been told I should keep a Blog to amuse my many readers. I've been having some fun trying to make some primitive movie clips, mostly at the cabin, so they have been mentioned in past blogs.