Scabbard for a Cane: Show & Tell

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Explorer Shirley unwraps and presents a Cane Tube for discussion, questions and comments from members of the group. Members see a special need for such an item in dining rooms, where loose canes can fall over and present a tripping hazard to others. It can also prevent the loss of canes, which can be temporarily set aside and then forgotten.

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from Sequoias, San Francisco circle discussion January 12th, 2016.

 

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