A Walk With A Wisconsin Rabologist

By Bill Lueders | May 9, 2018


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If you have ever gone for a walk in the woods, it’s likely you found a nice long slender branch along the path to use as a walking stick. Chances are you left your stick by the side of the trail when your hike was finished. But there are those who like to collect walking sticks and there is a name for people like that. Bill Lueders explains.

Bill Lueders

Bill Lueders is editor of The Progressive, a national political magazine based in Madison.
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