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Re: [HD] transporting hammered dulcimers

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Subject: Re: [HD] transporting hammered dulcimers
From: Janis Lewman <jllewman@icloud.com>
Date: Sun, 23 Nov 2014 15:16:24 -0500
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I have one of the Wonder Wheelerâs and love it.  I know there are different 
designs and sizes, BUT if your HD does not fit into the net bag, or is too 
heavy to up end it into the bag, then slide the net bag slightly to one side 
and slip the HD between framework and bag, making sure it is supported on the 
two axels.  Short side of case at bottom.  My sincere and grateful thanks to 
Linda Lowe Thompson for that wonderful solution many years ago!  Just make sure 
it is safely ON the axels.  

I know there are many other solutions, but for me the Wonder Wheeler works 
best, folds fairly easily, and doesnât take up much foot print when pushed to 
the side of the room.
Janis Lewman
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