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    PCSB in Monarch goes to the west of Ireland for the weekend :)
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      Small YSS, perfect for a cake of lace weight yarn :)
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        Just back from a fantastic 9-day/8-night trip carrying only the S19. (Forecasts of heavy rain caused me to grab a raincoat as I was running out the door, hence the 'overflow' stuff sack attached by carabiner.)

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        This was my first time flying with the smaller travel tray: it made a great in-flight catch-all, especially given the size of Allegiant Air's tiny tray tables.

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        Black Dyneema PBSB served as a packing cube in the S19 during the flight and as my day bag during the trip: here it is at a great pho place in Findlay Market in Over-the-Rhine in Cincinnati.

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          With the Side Effect, enjoying my morning Soy Latte at Rare Bird Cafe and Roastery this morning! :)
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            Your Photos Are Needed

            I bought my sister one of the Sitka SSBs for her Christmas gift this year, so today she sent me a photo of it at the Chocolate Cup tennis tournament in Vail.

            When she sent it, I was just popping in for a quick bite of lunch at the beach near my house with my own UV LSB, so I of course had to text a photo back to her.

            I love that she uses and enjoys her TB things. It is such a joy to gift TB. It's like sharing a piece of the love!


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              I took my large Shop Bag to New Smyrna Beach, FL where it served as a grocery bag, shopping bag, and beach bag. At the beach, I made sure pretty much everything was tethered via key straps. It handled every task better than I expected. For travel, I rolled it into my backpack where it took up little space.
              S19, Pilot, S25, SE, NFTD, SCB, LCB, LS- in that order, all in Halcyon. Newest: Brain Bag. Oh, and some Shop Bags and Travel Cubelets. And some pouches. And a couple of Organizer Wallets. And a SSK. And some stuff sacks. And a laundry sack. But I'm not hooked on TB.

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                Who knew my friend would have a Bihn-sized drawer at her beach house??

                My 3D cube, Travel Stuff Sacks size 1 and 2, and Standard Spiff Kit fit the small dresser drawer perfectly.

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                S19, Pilot, S25, SE, NFTD, SCB, LCB, LS- in that order, all in Halcyon. Newest: Brain Bag. Oh, and some Shop Bags and Travel Cubelets. And some pouches. And a couple of Organizer Wallets. And a SSK. And some stuff sacks. And a laundry sack. But I'm not hooked on TB.

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                  You're saying your friend has a Bihn bin?

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                    Originally posted by Kelly S View Post
                    You're saying your friend has a Bihn bin?
                    Bwahahaha. Exactly!
                    S19, Pilot, S25, SE, NFTD, SCB, LCB, LS- in that order, all in Halcyon. Newest: Brain Bag. Oh, and some Shop Bags and Travel Cubelets. And some pouches. And a couple of Organizer Wallets. And a SSK. And some stuff sacks. And a laundry sack. But I'm not hooked on TB.

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                      Coffee with a faithful companion on a rainy Saturday...




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                        MY TOM BIHN SHELF
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                        FABRIC 3DOC FAMILY, just grab & go! Waiting for the black & steel parapacks to come in, then the family will be complete!

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                          anna2222, I am speechless. And jealous. How ever do you use all these beauties?

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                            @UpToNoGood,

                            Someone asked in the recent thread, "3D Organizer Ordered!" in what ways others used them. Below was my response:

                            "Here are just some of the things I have used them for (besides the common snacks, toiletries & electornics cords):

                            Pens/pencils with Field Notes book

                            Travel games/playing cards/dice

                            Fits my compact camera and all of its chargers & batteries

                            Small crafting kit: wood carving, paracord projects, origami, embroidery, watercolor

                            Travel Laundry Supplies: clothes pins with hanging cord and stain stick

                            Diaper change bag to leave in vehicle glove compartment: 2 diapers, baby wipes in small snack bag, small container ointment

                            Walking fanny pack (if you have the shoulder strap or you can use a carabiner hooked onto a belt loop)

                            Light tool kit that can be worn as fanny pack: I have small sets of tools that go into one and I grab it when I need to do a project instead of lugging around a big, heavy tool chest

                            Condiments/tea

                            Inside the TB shopping bags to hold small fruit/veggies reuseable bags and pen & marker for when I am shopping in the bulk section

                            Bike handlebar bag with just the essentials

                            Camping dishes washing kit (sponge, soap, small towel) tossed into a bucket

                            Tent storage, hang on inside of tent

                            To name a few!!!"

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                              The amazing versatility of the Brain Bag!

                              I was filming a presentation at work on Tuesday last week, and needed to bring my camera equipment with me. I had my laptop and other everyday carry items packed in the Pilot, and slipped that into the rear main compartment of the Brain Bag. The camera, power adapter, microphone, and fluid head went into the front main compartment of the Brain Bag. And the tripod legs were secured front-center by the lash straps.

                              I love how versatile this backpack is!
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                                The Founder's Briefcase and the Side Effect! I am still blown away by this combo!
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