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WHEN Bernard Darby disappears into his shed most mornings, his wife knows not to worry about him.
Inside the hut at the end of the garden, Mr Darby is deep in concentration carving walking sticks, working on each one for two or three days.
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Are you always searching for a good walking stick before your hike? Why not buy one that you will use over and over again. Brazos Walking Sticks has a wide variety of walking sticks to give you the look and design you want. Your hikes will be much improved with a new walking stick. Visit us today and get the walking stick that best suits you at Brazos Walking Sticks!
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Here’s our weather prediction for the next few days. Feel sorry for us. 🙂
I don’t usually leave feedback but thought I needed to on this order. I received my walking stick before my estimated delivery.
What a beautiful piece of workmanship. It looks even nicer than I thought it might look. I don’t really need a walking stick for walking but thought it would be nice to have in case of a snake or dog.
I am already looking on your website for my next one to buy. The only problem is you have so many to choose from. keep up the good work and I will be letting people know about your product.
A satisfied customer, David
This is what raw saplings look like, the moment before they made into something more beautiful. 🙂
I’m constantly impressed by the consistency and quality of Everybody Walk’s video productions. Here’s a recent one featuring an impressive young lady named Mikayla Minnig. Miss Minnig discusses the necessity of walking for healthy joints, and since she’s a juvenile arthritis patient, she certainly has a poignant perspective.
Been pondering preppers this morning. A prepper is defined as a group or individual that prepares for a change in normal, world-as-we-know-it, day-to-day circumstances. A prepper may be construed on a spectrum, perhaps ranging from someone who grows their own vegetables to someone who has built a bomb-proof bunker. Yes, I’m working with a very broad definition here. Often times preppers are called survivalists.
I guess in a real sense, anyone who tries to live a somewhat sustainable life can perhaps be called a prepper. My family is a couple of years into trying to live a more sustainable existence: we grow veggies, raise poultry for food, enjoy our own farm eggs, and have even pondered a contingency plan in case our water supply is disrupted (i.e., our neighbor’s well). One of these days we want to get a goat for daily milk. Other than those basic things, we’re just as oil-dependent as the next guy.
Just off the top of my head, I’ve thought of a few items it would be good to have, in case something bad happens. . . .
- Bottled water
- Canned foods (i.e. sardines)
- A good knife
- Matches (or the ability to start fires)
- Hygiene items
That’s my list. I would imagine the above list would only allow someone to be good for a few days (for example, after an extreme weather event), but if there was a more permanent collapse in the basic structure of the world as we know it, the list would need to be a lot longer!
I’ll leave you all with this quick video on preppers:
Brazos Walking Sticks is located inside a 30-acre farmstead in the beautiful Brazos River Valley of Central Texas. One of the highlights of our property is a warm and inviting B&B called Brazos Bed & Breakfast. This delightful home-away-from-home features a spacious 2400 square foot design, an inviting deck nestled among native Texas trees, and the most comfortable rooms this side of your bedroom.
We’re conveniently located only 1.5 hours from both the Austin and Dallas areas, and only minutes from some of Central Texas’ most beautiful attractions including the 416-acre historic Cameron Park, with its beautiful scenery and more than 20 miles of nationally recognized trails; the traditional crafts village, Homestead Heritage, which offers visitors a unique look at heritage craftsmanship on a 510-acre farm; the world renowned Baylor University, home of the Baylor Bears; and the 52-acre Cameron Park Zoo.
So if your travels bring you to our neck of the woods, allow us to show you a little Texas hospitality!
“The trick, the trick, the trick,” he said, is to have it firmly fixed in our minds, “that sitting is the new smoking. That sitting is literally bad for you.”
For 15 years, Dr. Levine has studied the grim consequences of spending too much time on our duff.
For starters, obese people sit on average two-and-a-half hours more every day than thinner people. Sitting for long periods of time could actually make bottoms bigger because sitting down puts a large amount of force on the body tissues that make fat cells. It causes them to produce up to 50 percent more.
But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
I wouldn’t say we’re anti-sitting around here, but we do have the word “walking” in our name. 🙂 More and more research is confirming what we know, prolonged inactivity leads to atrophy (not in the weight loss sense). The following video is worth your time.