Malaysian Blue Coral Snake Wooden Walking Stick #73

 

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Gettin’ Stuff Done Before the Snow Flies

MIKE CARVES A BASS PENDANT AND GOES FISHING IN A HIGH MOUNTAIN MEADOW STREAM.

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Carving A San Diego Mountain King Snake Walking Stick

King Snake Walking Stick

I had a request for a San Diego Mountain King Snake Walking Stick.  It’s carved from a single piece of Lodgepole Pine and hand painted.

It’s been a busy year and a beautiful summer. Some of you already know, that I have been doing my best to grow my youtube channel with posts of my lifestyle and carving videos. Recently I  started a Facebook page and I am on Patreon, too.  I have met a lot of great people, online,  and really enjoy hearing from them.

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Copperhead Snake Walking Stick 70

I carved this Copperhead Walking Stick out of a single Piece of Lodgepole Pine.  This is a Northern Copperhead which has some added spots to its pattern in comparison to the other Copperheads.  Thanks for stopping by!

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Stick 69 Red Cedar Chief

This walking stick was hand carved from a single piece of wood out of Red Cedar. I carved this staff with an added hand grip. This beautiful wood is in its natural color, I didn’t add any wood stain to it. I only applied a clear coat of polyurethane.

Rattlesnake Stick #68~ Green Mojave

Here is my latest walking stick, hand carved from a single piece of wood. This is a Green Mojave rattlesnake walking cane.etsystick68green mojave5mikestick68

A Warrior’s Solitude-Native American Walking Stick

I’m showing the carving of this walking stick and also a little venture out into the countryside to find historical evidence of the Native Americans.  Thanks for watching and I look forward to your comments!

SPRING IN THE MOUNTAINS AND RATTLESNAKE CANE 65

MIKE HEADS FOR THE HILLS ON A MATERIAL SEARCH AND FINDS SOME WILD EDIBLES ALONG THE WAY AND ALSO SHOWS HIS CARVING OF RATTLESNAKE CANE #65.
Please educate yourself before eating any wild plant and be very sure that you know that what you’re eating is edible.

Mike Stinnett’s Q and A

Just thought I’d answer a few of the most frequently asked questions people have about my life and carving.