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    We took a little weekend trip I used the S30 for my suitcase with a large snake charmer as a Dopp kit. The Paragon was my day bag. There are a lot of other TB pouches and accessories hidden inside the bags including, large travel tray, ghost whales, sidekick, & small snake charmer.

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      Downtown Disney with Black Halcyon Side Effect.
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        Homeschool has ended and my professorial duties are on pause while we enjoy summer by the community pool! My PU and HLT1 (and all the pouches and PCSB inside) are my trusty poolside companions holding sunscreen/diving pool toys etc.

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          nsh Is that the HLT1 in Tidal in your second picture?

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            Originally posted by moriond View Post
            nsh Is that the HLT1 in Tidal in your second picture?
            It is funny how the sunlight makes the HILT1 look like different colors! It is the same HLT1 in northwest sky in both pictures (I only have 1 HLT1):)

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              Travelling again with a small and medium Yeoman in 1050 D Burnt Orange. Looking very much forward to see them return! Great simplicity!

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              Hanging out on a wonderful summer day in Baden-Baden with my medium Cafe Bag in Olive 1000 Cordura (courtesy of Tom Bihn).

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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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                Trusty orange S25 on the NYC subway, on the way to the bus to Pennsylvania.

                Okay, not the most fun pic, but the first time I've had the chance to one-bag-travel in quite some time...!

                I recently picked up an S19 for day trips into the city and while perfect for that, it still blows my mind how much the S25 can accommodate.

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                  Synapse 25 GE up on the North Slope of Alaska. Shout out to the HR crew for making sure I was able to get it before I left for my field work!

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                    I always bring two stuff sacks wild camping, and I took them last weekend as well. The medium iberian yarn stuff sack holds all my food, and the size 1 solaris travel stuff sack holds all my snacks. Lately the yarn stuff sack has had to accomodate snack overflow from the size 1 stuff sack as well. Either I need to reduce the amount of snacks (unlikely) or go up one size on the snack bag. Only time will tell.

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                      Packing cube backpack went hiking in the NH Whites.

                      "Not all who wander are lost"
                      "Love people, use things, because the opposite never works" - The Minimalists
                      Synapse 25 in Olive, Aubergine Side Effect, UV A30 PCBP, Sitka PCSB

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                        Smart Alec went to the Jersey Shore and brought a handmade quilt from my Mum back to Mississippi.
                        "Not all who wander are lost"
                        "Love people, use things, because the opposite never works" - The Minimalists
                        Synapse 25 in Olive, Aubergine Side Effect, UV A30 PCBP, Sitka PCSB

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                          ​ Pegan Cove Park in Natick with the HLT1 on a rainy chilly Fourth of July hike!

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                            Had an impromptu hike and glad I did - the rain stopped, left the air cooler while the sun shone brightly. I like how the Navy Parapack looks different under different lighting conditions.

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                            "Ooh, what bag is that?"

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                              That looks like our favorite place in Singapore~
                              Some of them look like Lower Seletar too.

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                                Originally posted by liusiliang View Post
                                That looks like our favorite place in Singapore~
                                Some of them look like Lower Seletar too.
                                Welcome to the forums! Macritchie was quite nice after rain, but the trail was rather muddy. Thankfully I did not set my bag down on the wrong spot.

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