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Nekid

Nekid Stiks™ are lightweight, sturdy hiking sticks handcrafted from the flower stalks of native Texas sotol plants and are uniquely finished to reveal their natural beauty.

The sotol plant was widely used by Native Americans. One of the many uses of the flower stalk was as a walking stick.

Your Nekid Stik™ will become a natural companion during your treks into nature just as it was for the Native Americans.

Purchase your Nekid Stik™ and get outdoors to enjoy all the wonderful creations of nature. Please be kind to all that you encounter.

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Fine Art Wildflower Photography
By Rich Olivieri

Photographs are fine art original prints and not four-color reproductions. Prints are printed using a high-end professional printing process on Fujicolor Crystal Archive™ paper with an estimated lifetime of over 50 years. Matted prints are mounted on Exeter Conservation exhibition mat board made from acid-free, purified wood pulp buffered with calcium carbonate

Hunting Texas Wildflowers contains detailed descriptions and maps of popular wildflower routes in Burnet, Blanco, DeWitt, Ellis, Gillespie, Llano, Mason, and Washington counties. Featured communities include Brenham, Burnet, Cuero, Ennis, Fredericksburg, Johnson City, Llano and Mason.

Book Details:
ISBN: 0-9766569-1-4
Library of Congress Control Number: 2006900694
Publisher: EquipU, LLC
Pages: 104
Format: 6"x9" Double Wire Bound, UV Gloss Coated Front and Back Covers
Illustrations: 17 Maps, 4 Color Photos, 4 B&W Coloring Pages
[Download] Table of Contents and Introduction (PDF 295K)
[View] Back Cover 467x700 (JPG 122K)


    
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