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    Re: [RC] Reflective horse (and dog) wear? - Becky Huffman

    in the grocery story today, I noticed a red translucent ball, about 2 inch
    diameter.  it was a red flashing light (w/replaceable batteries) designed to
    be hooked on a dog collar.  They would be perfect to ride with, no one could
    miss the bouncing and the flashing if it were snapped on the horse.
    Becky Huffman, Cleburne, Texas
    "Good and Ill have not changed since yesteryear; nor are they one thing
    among Elves and Dwarves and another among Men. "
    -Aragorn, son of Arathorn
    ----- Original Message ----- > If there is a good professional bike shop in
    your area, you may want to
    > visit them. There are loads of small flashing lights that you can easily
    > afix to the back of your jacket or belt, etc., as well as reflective
    > jackets, strips, etc. Bicycle commuters have to make themselves visable in
    > early morning and night hours.
    > Good
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    [RC] Reflective horse (and dog) wear?, Lucy Chaplin Trumbull
    Re: [RC] Reflective horse (and dog) wear?, superpat