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    I had to travel to Colorado Springs, Colorado for work. I decided to carry my Brain Bag and a small daypack to hold my work computer. It all went so well. I could have carried everything in the Brain Bag but my work computer weights a ton. Pictures:

    At Colorado Springs Airport, my Brain Bag sitting on top of my small Osprey bag holding my computer.
    Joi Edwards

    black/steel Aeronaut, black/steel Smart Alec, navy Brain Bag, steel Snake Charmer, Absolute Strap, Vertical Freudian Slip, Brain Cell, Cache, Nook Pouch, wasabi Travel Packing Sacks, steel medium Yarn Stuff Sack, Aeronaut large and end Packing Cubes, Tri-Star large Packing Cube, ultraviolet Travel Tray, scads of different pouches of all sizes

    #2
    When traveling with two backpacks how do you carry them? I have considered using my Brain Bag along with the Packing Cube Shoulder Bag but not the Brain Bag and my Synapse together.



    "It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out of your door," he used to say. "You step into the Road, and if you don't keep your feet, there is no knowing where you might be swept off to."

    J.R.R. Tolkien

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      #3
      hi eire,

      you can carry two backpacks - one in the front, and one in the back. but it might prove a bit challenging for an extended period of time.

      a backpack on your back, and a messenger style bag worn cross body in the front may prove more practical. depending on your size and what you need to carry in the messenger style bag, this could be the id messenger bag or one of the cafe bags. the ego or super ego may be a bit on the big side for wearing cross body in the front. but all of that also depends on your size and what you feel comfortable carrying.

      i have many times carried an aeronaut worn as a backpack on my back, and a small or medium cafe bag worn cross body in the front, and it works out great!
      -m

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        #4
        Originally posted by joiedwards View Post
        I had to travel to Colorado Springs, Colorado for work.
        Hope you could see Pikes Peak through all the smoke from the Ft Collins fire. June is a great month to visit Colorado Springs.

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          #5
          I carry the small backpack shoulder straps over my arm like a purse with the bottom pointed behind me. This pack is really small! I was going to use a messenger bag but one was too small and the other was huge. I don't want to buy a bag for my work computer as they change out. Work gave me a rolling bag and I did not want to carry it.

          It was not very smoky due to the wind. One day I smelled the smoke in the morning. Beautiful this time of year.
          Joi Edwards

          black/steel Aeronaut, black/steel Smart Alec, navy Brain Bag, steel Snake Charmer, Absolute Strap, Vertical Freudian Slip, Brain Cell, Cache, Nook Pouch, wasabi Travel Packing Sacks, steel medium Yarn Stuff Sack, Aeronaut large and end Packing Cubes, Tri-Star large Packing Cube, ultraviolet Travel Tray, scads of different pouches of all sizes

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            #6
            Guess I should look at Tom's shoulder bags for the next time. Yeah, any excuse to shop!!!!
            I have a Brain Cell for my Mac but never carry it on work trips.
            Joi Edwards

            black/steel Aeronaut, black/steel Smart Alec, navy Brain Bag, steel Snake Charmer, Absolute Strap, Vertical Freudian Slip, Brain Cell, Cache, Nook Pouch, wasabi Travel Packing Sacks, steel medium Yarn Stuff Sack, Aeronaut large and end Packing Cubes, Tri-Star large Packing Cube, ultraviolet Travel Tray, scads of different pouches of all sizes

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              #7
              MORE TOM BIHN IN COLORADO SPRINGS.

              Joi Edwards

              black/steel Aeronaut, black/steel Smart Alec, navy Brain Bag, steel Snake Charmer, Absolute Strap, Vertical Freudian Slip, Brain Cell, Cache, Nook Pouch, wasabi Travel Packing Sacks, steel medium Yarn Stuff Sack, Aeronaut large and end Packing Cubes, Tri-Star large Packing Cube, ultraviolet Travel Tray, scads of different pouches of all sizes

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                #8
                UV Tray surveying the view from Pikes Peak (Avenue)...

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by TavaPeak View Post
                  UV Tray surveying the view from Pikes Peak (Avenue)...
                  TavaPeak, almost looks like it could be looking out a window at the Antlers. The building on the right looks like the Exchange National Bank building. Could be I'm turned around a bit though. That'd be nothing new. :)
                  Take care,
                  Moose
                  Last edited by Moose; 06-18-2012, 04:05 AM.
                  List exceeds allowed characters. So I'll just say I'm plum and kiwi loving FOT!

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by maverick View Post
                    hi eire,

                    you can carry two backpacks - one in the front, and one in the back. but it might prove a bit challenging for an extended period of time.

                    a backpack on your back, and a messenger style bag worn cross body in the front may prove more practical. depending on your size and what you need to carry in the messenger style bag, this could be the id messenger bag or one of the cafe bags. the ego or super ego may be a bit on the big side for wearing cross body in the front. but all of that also depends on your size and what you feel comfortable carrying.

                    i have many times carried an aeronaut worn as a backpack on my back, and a small or medium cafe bag worn cross body in the front, and it works out great!

                    Thanks Maverick. I'll try the Brain Bag with the Packing Cube Shoulder Bag and see how it goes. I think two backpacks may get awkward for me. -Eire



                    "It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out of your door," he used to say. "You step into the Road, and if you don't keep your feet, there is no knowing where you might be swept off to."

                    J.R.R. Tolkien

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                      #11
                      Yep, the travel tray was looking out the window of the Antlers facing Phantom Canyon Brewing Co.
                      Joi Edwards

                      black/steel Aeronaut, black/steel Smart Alec, navy Brain Bag, steel Snake Charmer, Absolute Strap, Vertical Freudian Slip, Brain Cell, Cache, Nook Pouch, wasabi Travel Packing Sacks, steel medium Yarn Stuff Sack, Aeronaut large and end Packing Cubes, Tri-Star large Packing Cube, ultraviolet Travel Tray, scads of different pouches of all sizes

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