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    Friday night Costco run with my Dawn Truck. Love this bag! It holds a surprising amount.

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    Navy/Wasabi S25, Sitka Mini OP,
    Nordic/Iberian SE, Nordic PCSB, Navy Medium Clear OP, Iberian 8" Key Strap, Ultraviolet 8" Key Strap,
    Black/NWS SK, Ultraviolet Large OP, Fjord Small TT, Verde Small Double OP, Island Origami Swan, Island 3D OP , Island SSC , Nordic/NWS LCB, Multi Color Clear OW

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      Tiger's nest

      My DLBP made it to the monastery in much better shape that I did ;-)
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        Originally posted by Ca1i View Post
        My DLBP made it to the monestary in much better shape that I did ;-)
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        Where is this monastery located? I think I saw a pic of it on google images


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        "Not all who wander are lost"
        "Love people, use things, because the opposite never works" - The Minimalists
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          Originally posted by melminimalist View Post
          Where is this monastery located? I think I saw a pic of it on google images
          It is a Buddhist monastery in Bhutan https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paro_Taktsang One of the more exotic places my Tom Bihn bags have been :-)

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            Brand new Aubergine/island Sidekick went to Rosebud Theatre in Rosebud, Alberta, Canada today for family Christmas :)


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              Overhead bin was full -- no problem. A30 fits under the seat in JetBlue "even more space" section.
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              On our way home from Universal Orlando and Harry Potter fun. Everything for three rainy theme park days fit with room to spare.

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                Adding a packing contents picture -- I ended up replacing the rubber loafers with water-friendly sandals (it POURED rain the whole second day we were in Florida, and those ankle-length jeans were soaked to mid-thigh).

                So the A30 held: jeans, 2 prs sandals, merino cardigan, three sets tshirts/socks/underthings, day bag w/emergency supplies cubelet, 3-1-1 bag w/all toiletries, and travel tray packed with in-flight supplies (headphones, tissues, hand wipes, charging cables). On the way home, there was space to add souvenirs and some of my sister's stuff that she didn't have room for. Also: laptop in the backpack strap pocket.

                Wish I brought more wool socks and my small zip top shop bag to replace my day bag after it got soaked.

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                  Originally posted by Lia View Post
                  Adding a packing contents picture -- I ended up replacing the rubber loafers with water-friendly sandals (it POURED rain the whole second day we were in Florida, and those ankle-length jeans were soaked to mid-thigh).

                  So the A30 held: jeans, 2 prs sandals, merino cardigan, three sets tshirts/socks/underthings, day bag w/emergency supplies cubelet, 3-1-1 bag w/all toiletries, and travel tray packed with in-flight supplies (headphones, tissues, hand wipes, charging cables). On the way home, there was space to add souvenirs and some of my sister's stuff that she didn't have room for. Also: laptop in the backpack strap pocket.

                  Wish I brought more wool socks and my small zip top shop bag to replace my day bag after it got soaked.

                  Edited to add: also not pictured: snacks.
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                  What did you wear once your jeans were soaked through? Also, what did you travel in?


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                    I love that my family tolerates my TB addiction. Here's our luggage for 4 people going to Florida for 6 days. On the way out, we had no checked-in luggage. I attached a dry bag to my Smart Alec to hold a medium Yeoman Duffel. On the return trip, the YD was filled with gifts that needed to be checked.

                    I also took a large zip-top shop bag. It was packed flat in my SA on the way, used during the trip for holding gifts/doing laundry, and carried my DLBC when I moved the shoulder strap to the YD on the return.

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                      My S25 in black halcyon made the trip from Orlando to Palm Springs, California this Christmas (via Dallas). Even stuffed, it fit nicely under the seat on American, and it was very comfortable to wear while schlepping between gates.



                      We ran into massive problems getting home when thunderstorms shut DFW down on the day after Christmas, so it took two days to get home: Palm Springs to Abilene to Dallas on Wednesday on the 26th, then finally Dallas to Chicago to Orlando on Friday on the 28th. With all the chaos at DFW last week (our bags arrived in Orlando a day earlier than we did!), I was happy that my supremely organized and comfy S25 was there for me.

                      While cooling our heels during a two-hour layover at Chicago O’Hare, I saw (but wasn’t quick enough to photograph) two other TB bags in Terminal 3: a TB Buzz in line at Starbucks, and a Smart Alec in the food court. I was very excited :)


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                      Small Cafe Bag in Deep Blue/Grass - Medium Cafe Bag in Alphaviolet/Cloud - Pop Tote in Olive; Side Kicks in Aubergine/Island Halcyon, Black Halcyon/Island Halcyon - Side Effect in Nordic Halcyon/Northwest Sky Halcyon - S25 in Black Halcyon/Island Halcyon - Luminary 15 in Nebulous Gray/Island

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                        Fancy Manhattan hotel does not necessarily mean adequate counter space in the bathroom. 3DOC hook to the rescue!

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                          Where did your TB bag go lately

                          Fully packed Western Flyer ready for a 6 day convention in Tampa, my only bag. All clothes, shoes, computer, and even some books and signage materials I had to put in at the last minute. Emptied it at the hotel and then used it to go grocery shopping. This bag is magic.

                          It even fit under the seat with an AV box!

                          Oh, and it makes a great footrest!


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                          Don’t make something unless it is both necessary and useful; but if it is both necessary and useful, don’t hesitate to make it beautiful. — Shaker Philosophy

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                            24-hr work trip to Jackson Hole, managed to sneak some skiing in...fortunately didn't need the WF on the slopes

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ID:	304730 Husband packed two drones into the S25 I gave him and off we went to the Oregon coast for a day trip.

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                                and the drone video (Synapse 25 cameo to my right!) https://www.instagram.com/p/Bsmso5pn5Jk/

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