From:  shan lung <shanlung9@y...>
Date: 
Fri Oct 1, 2004  1:12 am
Subject:  Tinkerbell - at Alishan DingHu

Hi folks,

Tinkerbell - at DingHu
http://www.flickr.com/photos/shanlung/sets/689968/

I finally got to upload an old series of photos. This
is interesting as this marked the transition of the
leash I use from a reelable dog leash to the Dyneema
fishing line.
www.flickr.com

In the series, those un-named photos were taken with
my camera. Those with description weretaken by Joy on
her camera.

When Tinkerbell rode on my shoulder when we travel
SLOWLY on the motorbike, note the way the dog leash
looped around my chest to hold that harness leash down
to minimise free play on the line.

Note in the harness in that series of photos over a
year ago, the intensive usage I made of spring loaded
thingy on the harness and leash. I have vast
experience to let you folks know those spring loaded
thingy turned out to be a joke that Tinkerbell
unfastened so quickly that it aint funny, even if she
thought it to be so amusing to her, as usual at my
expense. DO NOT USE SPRING LOADED THINGY!!!

Ir also took me about a year to finally get to doing
that new harness setup I did a month or so ago. I did
not realised until I reread what I wrote that I
thought of doing it over a year ago. Embarassing to
anyone other than a dedicated procrastinator like
yours truly. I did make some abortive attempts
before, but the knots were too thick. So instead of
knotting the shoelace itself, I used the Dyneema
fishing line, and it worked well.

Tinkerbell - at DingHu
http://www.flickr.com/photos/shanlung/sets/689968/

should have accompanied what I wrote

Tinkerbell at Alishan - Ding Hu
http://www.geocities.com/shanlung9/harness6.html






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With warmest regards

Shanlung - lackey to all below
Joy - wife, Tinkerbell - CAG, daughter and love of my heart
Halftail the Bimbo - beautiful sweet silly cat
Zorro - ferret which loves parrot pellets
Bim and Zor are with other loving families now
I will remember them for the happy times they gave me

earlier emails and photo links on Tink -
http://www.geocities.com/shanlung9
(erratically and sporadically updated)