ridecamp@endurance.net: Re: Vet Check Protocol

Re: Vet Check Protocol

Reynolds, Nikki (jakar@aiinc.com)
Wed, 12 Feb 1997 06:46:21 -0800

Aside from the obvious advantages of making your equipment less
appealing to the people who would want to "borrow", a system like this
makes makes it a lot easier to get through the checks with a minimum of
I've noticed from my experiences helping at rides, that quite a few
people don't put ID on buckets, blankets, etc. This is especially
important if you're sending equipment to the checks with the vets. It
would be even better if it all were contained, as Truman suggests. Some
of us do bring extra supplies along, but the key detail here is to ask
first. It's not all "extra".
We've had problems with people bringing water from home and sending it
in unsecured buckets to the checks. Some of those roads are really bad
and the water should be in leakproof containers. Those five gallon
water containers with screw-on lids are ideal. Be sure to put your ID
on them! Thanks, Nikki

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