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    Walking Canes

    Some of my latest walking canes.Click image for larger version. 

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    Man, you must have an endless supply of twisted wood.
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    Welcome to family woodworking. By chance, do I know you from the Forestry Forum? Beautiful canes by the way!
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    Welcome to the forum. Those are really nice. Can't say the red contrast with the wood is to my taste, but that's me. Where do you get the twisty wood? I would like to try making a couple of those.
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    Very nice, I'd like to try my hand at making some myself.
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    Yes you do know me from the Forestry forum.

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    Those look great Kenny. Every one is unique!
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    Cheers,
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    Those are neat and distinctive walking canes---and I hope to heck that I never need one.

    Thanks for showing and Enjoy,

    JimB
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