Just because I got bored this evening I decided to blog a game called “What is It?”
… and also “What is it used for?”.
In past posts I have provided a complete rationale and a “how to”. This time I am just posing this challenge with an accompanying picture and if necessary a video.
After pondering this image for a while here is another hint…
This tutorial describes an unusual method of inflating a bike tire with a compact hand pump. This might seem unnecessary or perhaps even lame but I am doing so to possibly breathe new life into an old friend (no pun intended)…
This method is best described in a video demonstration and will mark my first foray into this media on this blog so please forgive the low production values. Thanks go to my daughter, Karen, for the use of her GoPro camera for this video shoot.
Note: The bike pump leash is constructed from a 36″ shoestring knotted into a loop. The sliding cinch is formed from a plastic zip tie. A leash built using an old ID lanyard might also be useable for this application.
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… after a long hiatus I am back. When I view the stats on this blog I am amazed that people continue to visit here long after any new content has appeared. So here is something to alleviate my guilt. … Continue reading
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