My daughter bought my walking cane for me on our Alaskan trip in 2022. Needless to say I was surprised to see that it was made in the state of Arkansas.
I'm completely satisfied with the cane, I have received a lot of compliments on it's appearance. The only thing that I wished is the lanyard was a little longer so I could put it up around my wrist.
But again I do enjoy my cane.
More years ago than I can remember, I ran across your walking sticks, sold at the Natural History museum in Cable, Wisconsin. I loved them all and had hard time picking one out. I am always in the woods, so I needed something sturdy, but I was also attracted by the natural beauty of your sticks. Well, here I am now over 83 years old and I still manage all of my favorite trails with unshakable assistance of your wonderful stick.
I am a retired forestry professor, so you can imagine the extra thrill I get from this beautiful piece of wood. The stick is not just an aid, but a real companion too. Thank you so much for making these beauties. John Kotar
I received my package today with my walking sticks. OH MY GOODNESS, these things are Beautiful. I cannot express enough, I live in the Mountains and was planning on making my own sticks. Not in a million years, I will always buy from these guys.
Received my walking stick as a gift. Unique and very cool item. Offering carved spirit animal walking sticks to your catalogue would be awesome addition to consider. (cant help but think of the character on the series WALKING DEAD that mastered the art of Zombie defense with his own personal staff)... ;)