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Location: Avon MN (Lake Wobegon)
I have enjoyed woodworking since I was a kid. Only in the past 4-5 years have I made time to doevote more time to it.
I started making walking sticks from "found" wood from along the Lake Wobegon Regional Trail located in Central MN. The trail is named after the mythical town created by Garrison Keillor for his "A Prairie Home Companion" radio show. The show is broadcast weekly National Public Radio.
I make walking sticks and canes from all kinds of wood such as Red Oak, White Oak, Diamond Willow, Aspen, Maple, Tamarack, Cherry, Pine, Ash, Summac, etc. whatever I can find.
-- Stickman Cliff