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    I have been lurking for a few months. You all have helped me get ready for a one-bag trip to Southern France soon. In my last goody box, I included a Skookum collar for my boy Sam. Looking good! Click image for larger version

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      My daughter had an early morning soccer game today. It's been raining, so I put my bag under the umbrella on my lap. It looked so nice against the green field, I had to snap a picture of it!


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        @Mausermama this lokes very lovely!
        “Ankh-Morpork people considered that spelling was a sort of optional extra. They believed in it in the same way they believed in punctuation; it didn't matter where you put it so long as it was there.”

        By Sir Terence David John Pratchett from The Truth

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          My olive parapack snake Charmer used to hold some basic art supplies. I keep a "coloring book" in my travelers notebook.



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            Originally posted by marytattoo View Post
            My olive parapack snake Charmer used to hold some basic art supplies. I keep a "coloring book" in my travelers notebook.
            Pretty assortment of colours! Now I'm a bit regretful that I didn't get any of the LE dyneema pouches (I've de-pouched my EDC by quite a bit and don't use as many pouches as I used to, so I didn't get any).

            My snake charmer is a art supplies holder too. I like it for that purpose because it's large enough to accommodate pen sets on top of loose pens. And I am guessing the Traveler's Notebook works a lot better for you than the FJN?
            Last edited by adalangdon; 10-10-2015, 10:19 PM.

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              Yes about the TN. I had the FJ but it didn't work. What I like about the TN is being able to carry different notebooks for different interests. The one that gets the most use is my journal. I am also using different sizes, including a standard size and a FN size. Both can be shucked into a purse or other bag. I've collected some really cool TN covers!

              Not seen in the pic is the BO/UV Swift where the SC lives along with books/electronics/back pillow for when I'm out/about, and my plum/steel MCB holding several OPs. (solar and kiwi). I also always carry a #3 Iberian TSS which holds 2 stainless steel Contigo travel mugs for coffee and water. Lots of Tom Bihn gets me through the day!

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                Kid Backpack ASAP Please!

                Originally posted by Pokilani View Post
                In the speculation thread, I indicated how much I want that new baby backpack. And while my love for the DLBP is powerful, it can actually overpower me a bit. I wanted to give photographic proof of this and reinforce my plea for the baby backpack (is there an official name yet?).
                Same! I really, really want to see the kid backpack launched ASAP! Not all of my wee ones are big enough to carry a DLBP and I need to order some backpacks soon for an upcoming trip. I would love for the packs to be Tom Bihn, but I can't buy what isn't for sale so...Fingers crossed that these smaller packs are launched in the next week or two. It would make my trip planning and shopping infinitely easier!

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                  Your Photos Are Needed

                  I took my SSB to the beach, and it even helped me carry my "noodle" to play in the waves.


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                  "Do one thing every day that scares you." - Eleanor Roosevelt
                  "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it." -Ferris Bueller

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                    New-to-me Nordic Swift enjoying the sun on the Quad.






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                      Originally posted by brendabethman View Post
                      New-to-me Nordic Swift enjoying the sun on the Quad.



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                      I love the "Civil War" colorway. I have a Synapse in this combo and it impresses me every time I take it out.

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                        Congratulations on your "new" Swift. I have the twin to this, and it makes me happy every time I look at it.

                        ~Nancy

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                          So jealous of your new Swift....maybe someday I can find one in a trade.

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                            Debut day for my island lined A30! Paired up with the matching DLBC since I need my laptop on this trip. The A30 is under packed, even with a jacket and a pair of dress flats. #packinggenius

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                            Favorite: Steel/Steel Little Swift * Latest: nNordic/NWS Smart Alec *

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                              Hey bag twin! I used this exact combo on my last trip--loved it!

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                                Large Road Duffel

                                Got my new Large Road Duffel in last week -- finally got around to taking pictures! Gym / EDC / weekender -- a little bigger than I thought it would be so I have a few pictures with my original Aero for scale. Click image for larger version

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