#98 Henry David Thoreau walker.
This walker is in the style of what Henry David Thoreau used on his "saunters" through the woods of Walden Pond in Concord Massachusetts.This is a more stylish stick.
36-inches in total,each 1-inch notch was cut by Thoreau to measure snow and water depths and the height of flora.
The handle is cut from wild grape and is a dowelled joint to the notched Hemlock shaft.
Two types of woods are incorperated here wild grape branch and Hemlock.
The tip is brass.