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    My kiwi COW has been accompanying me on an action packed and sunny, warm weekend. Yesterday biking and paddle boarding, then today a waterfall and lake hike. Even though it was in the 80s and felt much hotter hiking up, up, up there was still a lot of snow at the lake. Most of W Washington seemed to have the same idea!





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      Lovely hike with a lovely destination: Lake Serene.

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        Your Photos Are Needed

        Ok Juanito, here is a bonus pic of Bridal Veil falls en route to Lake Serene. :)




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          Thanks for the bonus pic. A nice place for a refreshing mid-hike shower (a tad chilly this time of year, however).

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            Out with the Pilot earlier this afternoon.
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              NFTD waiting for my brood....last day of school!!!!
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                With my S25 at the beach. This happens not too often because me and sand... we don't mix well.



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                  Love the pink!

                  Originally posted by Ilkyway View Post
                  With my S25 at the beach. This happens not too often because me and sand... we don't mix well.



                  Ilkyway


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                    Thanks @Ilkyway!

                    I worked unexpectedly until 2:30 a.m. last night, and this picture provides a much needed refreshing start to my morning! :)
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                      My S19 accompanying me at the top of the London Eye, with Big Ben in the background. The S19 served daypack duty for my 11-day trip throughout Europe!

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                        On our way to the inlaws at a resting place:



                        My children having their own idea about where my bag should be:



                        No stopping them when they are working together:



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                          The Maker's mark... In a window during Doors Open, Halifax.




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                            Synapse 25 went with me to the library. It is my first day of graduate school. I got this bright idea to make it my work bag for the summer and my school bag. Negative ghost rider, the pattern is full. Way to heavy. Besides probably parring down what I take, I also will begrudgingly admit defeat and do 2 bags. Most likely the s25 as summer camp work bag and my A30 pcbp as school bag. I fortunately do not need to take much with me to class. In the mean time for today I just put a few things into my sidekick and grabbed a notebook (pic 2).

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                            "Love people, use things, because the opposite never works" - The Minimalists
                            Synapse 25 in Olive, Aubergine Side Effect, UV A30 PCBP, Sitka PCSB

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                              Commuting Gear


                              I recently had to shift my beloved orange New Balance running shoes to dog park status as the fabric was starting to tear. I like having bright shoes to make me more visible as I walk to and from the train so I replaced them straightaway with a pair of bright yellow sneakers, as this seems to be their current bright color of choice. Sitting between my feet is my ID messenger bag with its lovely aubergine front, keeping my MacBook and iPad safe and secure as I ride the MAX to work.

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                                Your Photos Are Needed

                                I think I may be a complete convert to using the HsJ for longer trips or trips when I am not going minimalist. I took the main pack in combination with my CP this past week, and it performed like a champ. I love the deceptively slim yet comfortable straps and hip belt, and since the side straps can be cinched when it is under packed , it carries loads in a stable manner.







                                Pics from my multistop return trip.

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