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A modified jogging stroller for carting a hammered dulcimer works marvelously!  I've made two now from jogging strollers I picked up at yard sales for very cheap, like under $10.  I ripped off the seat, flipped the canopy frame backwards so that it is behind the pushing handle, which works as a backstop for the hammered dulcimer, stand, and other music stuff that you carry.  The front of the dulcimer rests where the child's feet would rest.  Bungie-cord it all together, and it is quite stable and easily rolled.  It even has brakes!


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Today's Topics:

  1. Re: Carts (Linda Lowe Thompson)


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Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2014 11:07:54 -0500
From: Linda Lowe Thompson <linda@lindalowethompson.com>
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Subject: Re: [HD] Carts
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I have one of those folding wagons, but don't use it for hauling
dulcimer stuff around.
It works exactly like a wagon does, not nearly as dulcimerly helpful
as the Wonder Wheeler, which takes up a smaller
"footprint" when I'm pushing it and wagons are pulled, rather than pushed.

My grandaughters LOVE to play with the folding wagon.
They had one game where Olivia was the Plucky Widow and Chloe was her child.
Liv had to care for her child, wandering around, trying to find food
and shelter before the storm came in.
Every time I see a folding wagon, my heart swells with love for the
Plucky Widow.

So, I'm glad I have one, but won't be replacing my Wonder Wheeler with it.

Mary Ellen has retrofitted a jogging stroller she got for very little
money at a flea market.
I have a jogging stroller in my garage.  Not sure where it came
from, but have some strong suspicions.
What do you think about using one of those?
And, what's wrong with getting another Wonder Wheeler?

Later
Linda


At 04:04 PM 8/27/2014, you wrote:
>While my trusty Wonder Wheeler has served many years, at some point
>it may need to be replaced.  Has anyone tried or seen this product:
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6wLUwqVTo0
>If link does not work, search
>Folding wagons: Mac versus Ozark Trail.
>Only point not addressed was whether the handles can be held at an
>angle.  Looks like both are pretty much vertical.  Whoever posted
>the video did a decent review of the two items.
>Janis Lewman
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Linda Lowe Thompson      Harvest Time Music
309 Pennsylvania Drive  Denton TX 76205
940-387-4001    linda@lindalowethompson.com



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