Re: Chest with wheels found
- We tend to camp past troll.
Another long walk.
I have a collapsable black crate on wheels.(with extending handle)
Collapses to the size of a briefcase, for big War space-saving.
Doubles as my shopping cart, tool and projects hauler, cat chariot
(he rides and I pull) and general all around what-ever hauler.
Got it at K-mart in the automotive's section, but have also found
them at Ataples Office Supply Co.
The crate can be semi-disguised (the handholds around the sides our
cat uses for 'spy windows' to hide from horses and cows, can be used
to help velcro or tie secure a covering to. It's square and low to
the ground, so doesn't have that tall-wobbly perchace for weaving
all over the road like the pilot bags or metal 'helpers' and black
so it hides better/isn't too much an eye-sore.
I use mine to carry everything, though at Gulf wars i tend to
volunteer my artistic talents at Herald's point, rather than haul
tools and projects up to Artisan's and back....this thing will also
handily hold an umbrella and rain poncho, as well as 'lunch' and
shopping items and my purse...it's "a good thing" M.S. <G>
Shara (ps, regarding being a woman and no chance for future
squires....my lord's sca sister is the first female Knight in
Meridies. We now have a second lady Knight.
But if you're like me, you'd rather not be getting armored up for
Any reason.....i'll just go play with sharp tools....it's more
comfortable and the chances of real injury seem less...
--- In email@example.com, "thorkatlamana"
> All of this talk about wheels on chests is intriquing after Ispent
> Gulf Wars walking to and from my encampment each day dragging mytool
> box along behind me to Artisans Row. I wasn't going to leave themOh, by the way, I'm a woman, and not a fighter..therefore..no
> there each day, so I had no choice but to carry them with me. >
> in my future to carry heavy stuff. I didn't want to appearhelpless
> or in need of assistance by men every single trip either. Mento
> probably got tired of carrying stuff for women then too.
> Wheels happened in the stone age.....probably so men wouldn't have
> carry stuff for women. My box will have wheels next time.