free poi! on the beach! no, not the kind you can eat!
Billy and I were walking near the Sutro baths, and found all this handy kelp!
Step 1: Materials
KELPY KELPY KELP KELP
You can do this anywhere that has kelp. It washes up on the beach.
Step 1) Slice off the hairy, bearded end, and snip to length with your knife
Step 2: Assembly
Stick one in the other
Kelp has built-in universal fittings for connecting one piece to another.
Now you have a poi rope, or whip, or double-ended-poi-chain.
Step 3: Spin It
Kelp can take a lot of strain! The biggest issue is when the slippery seaweed flies out of your hands!
Enjoy spinning on the beach!