MIKE STINNETT CARVES A ONE OF A KIND CANE
In this video Mike features the Southwestern Desert with a carved Cholla Cactus skeleton, Mouse, Sidewinder Rattlesnake and a Scorpion! (transcribed below)
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"I like to make walking sticks that tell a story."
"This one will represent the desert of the Southwest."
"It is going to feature a Sidewinder Rattlesnake, a Scorpion and a little mouse on top."
"I want to make the shaft of the cane look like a Cholla Cactus skeleton."
"Cholla Cactus makes a good hide-out for mice."