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    Me too, I'll buy at least one of whatever is decided upon.

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    Won't be long... test flags will be made this week!
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    OK, I have the mast / flag pole on my pulk, I just need a flag for it.

    Granted, I also likely will need to wait till next winter to actually use it, BUT I AM READY. Even found an orange "pole" to match the flag, woo hoo!
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    I am in for one at least. Doctari, where did you manage to find a orange pole. I was thinking about a flor. orange driveway marker.
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    They make those bright orange flag sticks for scooters and wheelchairs.

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    Thanks FishinFinn. I plan on doing a summit bid on Mt. Shasta and I have to represent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darby View Post
    I am in for one at least. Doctari, where did you manage to find a orange pole. I was thinking about a flor. orange driveway marker.
    We have had it for YEARS! Being the children of depression era parents, my wife & I almost never throw anything away
    It was the pole for a cat toy, The nice thing is it is hollow, so is very light & is 27" long, allowing me 3" for attachement & 2' above the sled.
    Sorry that isn't much of a help. BUT, I have seen similar toys since this one was bought all those years ago.
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