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Weather was cooperating today (hit 50 degrees) so I got some shop time in. Worked on this maple root stick I started a couple of weeks ago during our last warm spell. It had a really cool shape but was a bit thick so I took it down some with the spoke shave then rasps and files. Found some really nice streaks of color in the handle when rasping it down
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Thanks, Jerry. It has a really great feel to it when walking with it. Half tempted to retire my old stick and keep this one.

P.S. Got one root cut on your stick the other day. Other side was still frozen. Go figure. Hoping to finish cutting it sometime this week so I can pop it in the mail.
 

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Thanks, Jerry. It has a really great feel to it when walking with it. Half tempted to retire my old stick and keep this one.

P.S. Got one root cut on your stick the other day. Other side was still frozen. Go figure. Hoping to finish cutting it sometime this week so I can pop it in the mail.
Thanks, Jerry. It has a really great feel to it when walking with it. Half tempted to retire my old stick and keep this one.

P.S. Got one root cut on your stick the other day. Other side was still frozen. Go figure. Hoping to finish cutting it sometime this week so I can pop it in the mail.
Cool.I don't envy you living in the frozen north.
 
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