Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: , , USA.
Interest: Hiking, photography,
Are those steel toes?
You could do like the ranchers in Nebraska and nail them on the fenceposts near the farmhouse to keep the coyotes at bay. Supposedly they won't cross through where the rancher's shoes are. hmmmm
I say turn them into art in some way. Make a planter out of them, wait for more shoes and make a wind chime? (what a sound to soothe- shoes flapping in the breeze). Fill them with concrete and make bookends for your hiking book shelf. Get them bronzed, and nonchalantly drop them off at an MEC store and just walk away leaving them there; undetected. Management or staff would think they were a hiking boot sent by corporate of a hard hiker and display them somewhere in the store. Especially if you put a simple tag that says "display item" what a laugh that would be every time you shopped there to see your shoes. Then, if they ever close the store and they go up for auction, you could buy them back. Who knows? You might be outbidded and they could become a museum piece.