Re: [backpackgeartesters] EDIT: IR Piggyback Rider Jen P
- Sorry Larry, this email went straight to my spam folder for some reason. I
totally missed your edit. But everything's now been fixed and uploaded.
Please see the note I just sent to the group regarding my little injured
co-tester. Hopefully we'll be healed and back on the trail soon.
On Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 11:17 PM, asklarry99 <asklarry98@...> wrote:
> Hi Jen-
> You and your daughter are so cute!
> Anyway, just a couple of things to fix and a few suggestions for you.
> Please fix and upload when ready.
> See you both in 2 months�
> Edit: Simply the Piggyback rider is made up of two sets of shoulder straps,
> one for the adult and one for the child and the standing bar.
> >>>This seems kind of awkward to me. How about something like "Simply put,
> the Piggyback rider is made up of two sets of shoulder straps (one for the
> adult and one for the child) and a standing bar."
> Edit: We first attempted the carrier in our backyard.
> >>>I think "attempted" is the wrong word. Tried out? Tried testing?
> Edit: harness on myself.
> >>>on me. (or just "�put the harness on.")
> EDIT:This was a little tricky for me, it was much easier when I had
> something to pull myself up on or if daddy was around to pull me up.
> >>>I think you need to break this into two sentences by replacing the comma
> with a period.
> EDIT: bit awkard
> EDIT: The shoulder padding is more like a regular backpack rather than a
> backpacking backpack and with my daughter alone at over 38 lb (17 kg); my
> load is definitely more along the lines of something that could use the
> additional padding.
> >>>semicolon doesn't seem correct here . How about something like "�with my
> daughter alone at over 38 lb , I could have used some additional padding."
> EDIT: Although I do know that my daughter is very tall for her age and thus
> quite a bit heavier than most other 3 year olds.
> >>>Delete `although'
> Edit: I realize (from the information I read on the website) that is due to
> a choking risk but I wonder if the harness will stay on my daughter's
> shoulders without falling off while she's hiking separately (not riding).
> >>>I was a little unclear what you mean here. Are you saying she wears the
> harness when hiking, even when not in the carrier? You may also want to
> consider rephrasing a little, such as "I realize (from the info�) that the
> child's chest strap was omitted due to concerns for choking�"
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