Post from Jordan Stranger
December 15, 2014 | By Nadia
I was fortunate enough to have a table set up at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights Wednesday, December 10th. It also happened to be Human Rights Day so it all felt like perfect timing 🙂
My table was set up in partnership with Urban Poling Inc, to promote the “Spirit Pole” design I did on their Nordic Walking Poles. The overall response was great! If it weren’t for Diana Oliver (Managing Director of Urban Poling) I wouldn’t have been there! I feel very humbled and thankful for everyone who was a part of making that night possible, and also to those friends and family who came to support me. 🙂
When walking on snow covered surfaces, remove the rubber tips to expose the carbide tip which will provide better traction. Add snow baskets to prevent the poles from sinking deep into the snow.
– Mandy Shintani, OT