Three years ago with no real physical problems used an identical one to cope with fatigue. Any outing essential in early days. Made the mistake of not taking it with me recently when pushed the boat out too far on couple of occasions and suffered the dreaded fatigue which was hard to shake off. But good on you and your progress , remember your first posts.
Going to have to get a small folding ‘Poncho’ to keep in the net bag behind my wheelchair. Met some friends at a beachside cafe for coffee this afternoon, but the weather took a turn for the worst while we were in there. Wind really got up and that fine, penetrating rain. A good 10 minute trundle from the car-park, so by the time we got back and the 'chair was stowed, it looked like we’d been in for a dip fully clothed.
Luckily there’s a branch of Careco just around the corner, so that’s due a visit today. My wife looked so miserable whilst pushing me. But she’s a wonderful little woman, and getting smaller all the time.
Well it supported me on a known flat surface wouldn’t recommend any stool on an uneven surface without a family member or caregiver in attendance. The stool was great as a short term support to enable me to recover from fatigue plus it was tall enough for me to get up from with my stick as a support
You can get one legged stools to perch on for that sort of terrain but I don’t know how you’d get on with one of those…probably more likely to topple over on it I suppose
My sister uses one of these when golfing.
The trouble with this type - if you’re a little dodgy on your pins - is that the moment you stand (unless you’re very quick, they fall over. also, a good sense of balance is needed. That can be an invitation to an accident. Absolutely fine if you’re hale & hearty.