A Handcrafted Pelican Oak Root Walking Cane

 

Here are a few photos of an 37 inch oak root walking cane I just made, the head of the cane looks like a Pelican to me.

I finished it with many coats of tung oil finish  to protect it, then hand sanded each coat of oil with a finer grit of sandpaper the last was done with 1500 GRIT carbide sandpaper to protect the cane and seal the wood, then I hand rubbed  2 coats of paste wax on with a soft cotton T-shirt that makes the grain of the wood stand out like glass I think.

I have Multiple Sclerosis, a lot of  MS sufferers rely on walking canes to help with their difficulties with walking, balance, and coordination but I also enjoy the p26s.jpg (6175 bytes) unique quality feel in my hand of a custom handmade cane, staff or strolling stick for my daily walk around the block in town or hiking down the country lane by the pond near my home.

A strong walking cane or stick can act as unique legal protection weapon for any citizens self defense when a quick hard straight jab is used against an attacking man or beast to change any  plan they may have had in  mind. View more? click here.

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