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Being the "smart" OLD geezer, yesterday I took it to the family Christmas gathering . . . and made certain everyone ohhhh! and ahhhhhh! sufficiently. I even handed it to my son-in-law and grandson twice making certain they both saw it up close and personal.

:cool:

They all agreed - it's remarkable.

Am presently thinking this will be my new car cane . . . out for the "world" (Mayberry RFD) to see.

-neb
 

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I like the idea of "car canes" norton, I too have a car cane, well three to be honest. my (dare I say it) aluminium orthopeadic stick, mainly for hospital trips to keep my consultant happy, a knob stick for general, gentle walking and then a thumbstick for off road walks. Hahaha, I sound like a proper nutter now I start to think of it!!! N.
 

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The raves continue :cool: Yesterday the nurse at the doctor's office loved it - even asked to hold it and smelled it (I am not joking!) then this morning the barber asked about it and raved about it's coloring etc.

I didn't take note of that at all.

:cool:

Nor mention it here.

< chuckles >
 

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Between the red and white and the twist it does look sort of like a Barber pole. :)

It's a great stick and I'm happy you've decided to use it on a regular basis.

Rodney
 
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