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This is the type of walking stick most people have in mind when they think of a walking stick or hiking staff. My great grandmother Booth often walked from her house for nearly a mile on the trail in the woods to the mailbox and she always used her Sassafraas walking stick, because she never knew just what she could run onto in the woods. She used the walking stick for support, comfort, and protection.

The sticks are cut in coldest days of winter and allowed to dry in the barn loft for nearly two years, before being made into Traditional Walking Sticks. Each walking stick or cane can be sized to fit each person's needs.

The Traditional Walking Sticks are approximately 60" in length, however I can size the walking stick to suite your needs.

Please note you are ordering one Traditional Walking Stick.

Please contact me if you would like anything special done to your walking stick.

Please note that the picture shown is of a typical Tobacco Walking Stick.

You can vist my web site Kentucky Walking Sticks at or search Google for Kentucky Walking Sticks


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Item ships from: Owensboro, KY, US.

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Product Details:

Availability:
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Materials:
Wood
Tags:
traditional walking sticks, Walking Stick, Walking Cane, walking staff, walking sticks, walking canes
Last updated on:
Feb 21, 2011
Seller last login:
Feb 21, 2011
 
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Traditional Walking Sticks

$45.00 USD Yes

Seller: Kentucky Walking Sticks  
From Owensboro, KY, US

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Jul 12, 2014 | cindy duey
How tall are the walking sticks with the snakes carved on them?
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