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How to: Walking Sticks & Staffs

Category: Shelter / Difficulty Level: 1
Posted: 2024-02-06 12:08:39
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In this tutorial and upcoming series, I will cover some of the infinite uses of a walking stick/staff.

I have dressed my particular walking/hiking stick up. I also highlight why and how walking sticks help us bi-pedal humans stay steady while walking on rough or slippery terrain.

I also highlight how walking sticks help us bi-pedal humans stay steady while walking on rough or slippery terrain. I also employ a technique I use when hiking on slippery pathways in the woods.

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