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    Waiting for the train in Goslar (Lower Saxony, Germany) with my loyal Road Buddy and my always organized companion S25 GE after a three day workshop.

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    ...spread joy in your neighbourhood (and not Corona!)
    current bags: Smart Alec, Guide's Pack, Guide's Edition S25, Luminary 15, Daylight Backpack, Aeronaut 45, Tri-Star, Road Buddy 36, Daylight Briefcase, Small Yeoman Duffel, bits and pieces

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      So there's no bag in this photo but basically all of the bags were behind me as I took this photo, so it maybe sorta kinda counts!

      Lisa and Fong looking out our factory window just as the snow begins to fall....

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      Have a question? @Darcy (to make sure I see it)

      Current carry: testing new potential materials in the form of Original Large Shop Bags.

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        It's so beautiful! Be safe, especially if you get ice.
        EDC: SCB/MCB, Swift for knitting, small shop bags
        TRAVEL: A45
        FAVORITE TB COLORS: kiwi, verde, nordic & black halcyon, viridian, alphaviolet, ursa
        FAVORITE LINING COLORS: wasabi, northwest sky

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          On an adventure with my son and S25 today in Hawaii.




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            Just returned from six days at Walt Disney World where we stayed at the Fort Wilderness cabins. We could see deer and other wild life from the deck. Besides a medium yeoman and medium Road Duffel, we took one of my all time favorites, the original halcyon DLBP. For this trip, I purchased a NWS/NWS travel cubelet to use as my park bag. And for a personal item on the flight, it was the original halcyon Smart Alec, which is a great all around backpack. I really love the Smart Alec, especially the halcyon versions.

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            Nik’s #4 wallet worked great holding my annual pass, gift cards, credit cards, and ID. It was very easy to whip it out since it was leashed to a key strap.

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            Last edited by pammy; 02-15-2019, 09:33 AM. Reason: rotate photos
            Seeking Solar shop bags and Solar packing cube shoulder bag Also coveting an Iberian Synapse or Copilot

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              Originally posted by pammy View Post
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              It reminds me the "Three Bears" xD
              Did Goldilocks visit you ?
              just a Bihnion here

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                Here is the Smart Alec flying home from Jersey (Channel Isles).

                Pictured under the window seat of the Bombardier Q400, a regional size turbo prop plane.

                A bit cramped, since the rounded shape of the plane body interferes with the space available, but it was OK for a short flight (I'm 5ft 6 for reference). There was more room under the aisle seat.

                The flight was pretty full and the gate attendants were very assiduous in gate checking almost everything with wheels, so I was pretty happy when they didn't even bother asking me to put my bag in the sizer [emoji846]

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                  Originally posted by Rei View Post
                  It reminds me the "Three Bears" xD
                  Did Goldilocks visit you ?
                  Those bag do resemble the three bears, don't they? Your comment makes me realize I need a TC in original halcyon before that fabric is retired. I think it would be great in 400d halcyon. Although I must say the 200d halcyon version makes a perfect theme park bag.
                  Seeking Solar shop bags and Solar packing cube shoulder bag Also coveting an Iberian Synapse or Copilot

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                    Originally posted by pammy View Post
                    Your comment makes me realize I need a TC in original halcyon before that fabric is retired. I think it would be great in 400d halcyon.
                    Let's hope they make them!
                    I like all the blues and greys...and all the happy citrus colours too! My search unicorn is the Sapphire Dyneema original Small Shop Bag...

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                      WF one-bag for 3 days hitting the slopes in Santa Fe, followed by 4 day conference in Los Angeles. PCBP filling in to carry handwarmers and extra layers in windy, cold near-whiteout.

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                        I had a week away for work about an hour from home. It was a perfect opportunity to try out my new Tri-Star. It was a good test for several upcoming journeys for which I will use this bag. Next week, I'm flying to Boston and will get a better sense of how this bag works for me.
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                          Amount of time it took for me to pack for my last minute road trip? 5 minutes. Thanks to my awesome EDC Tom Bihn accessories (grey pouch holds makeup), clear pouch holds gum and a forst aid kit, Lime pouch holds receipts, loyalty cards and change. Not pictured: Nordic Smart Alec holding overnight clothes for three people.

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                            Visiting my little sister in Heidelberg this weekend with my DLBP (and my Road Buddy).

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                            So warm and sunny, you could even take your coat off for a time. Can't wait for spring!

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                              TRISTAR PCBP

                              Travelled back to Ireland to spend time with my Dad. Carried my Tristar which was excellent, outfitted with a PCBP, Tri-star packing cube and homemade side effect-esque. Going out for the day round his old haunts where he fished and rode his motor bike in his youth. He's 87 this year so that's a fair while ago. Here we are at the end of Lough Neagh on the banks of the Bann. Much of N Ireland has featured in Game of Thrones. This part of the river is where Tyrion Lannister and his captor Mormont where attacked by the zombie/leper type people. The sign details it, kinda makes me laugh how the camera's dress it up.

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                                DLBP and SK waiting for the boys at the orthodontist this morning.

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