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  1. #2056
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatih View Post
    Yeap definitely. I didn't know the S25 was this big. It's actually a very good size for one bagging or anything alike. I used it for a full day while I was walking around in Manhattan and It was very comfortable. However I think the S19 could fit better for city hikes (didn't used them).
    And that’s why I’m still wishing for a Synapse 22.
    Luminary with a MCB Freudian Slip, Daylight Backpack, EDC Side Effect or Side Effect, zippered Large and Small Shopbags, Co-Pilot, Travel Tray, Snake Charmer

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    Thanks, Kelly S! I love the idea of a "butt warmer"!!! I have a gel cushion (though it doesn't heat reflect) and a regular folding stadium seat. My problem is that if I'm traveling with the kids, I have no place to stash a cushion or seat, and we are constantly moving from "camp" to warm up areas and back to eat and off to compete, then back to undress, then back to stadium for awards..... and often these are a 5-10 minute walk apart. I could not carry the seat, and the bottles to water the kids... and whatever else we are bringing along with us. So I had to downgrade to a blanket :(

    But for the football games where I'm mostly in one place.... I might have to upgrade to the warming seat.... thanks for the tip.. I didn't know those existed!
    Satisfied owner of: Azalea Swift & LS, Blk/Plum Swift, Cork LS, Blk/UV LS, Synapse 19 & Co-Pilot, Steel/UV Pilot, Fst/Stl Tri-Star, Fst/Blk/UV SA, UV PCSB, Plum SE, FJN, & SCB, Aubergine WF, LS & Kit, Trvl Trays, Passport Pouches, and Shop Bags in all colors , Multiplying OPs

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    I have these Kerco folding pads: https://www.ebay.com/i/302533806762?rt=nc . They fold up to nothing, can be placed into a large pocket. I typically keep one in the back pocket of my Luminary, with plenty of room to spare. While its not a "warmer", it does a good job of insulating from the cold despite being quite thin. Its also good for picnic tables after a rain where I want some place dry to sit.
    Proud owner of: Pop Tote in cloud, Aeronaut 30 in steel/iberian, Travel Cubelet in Dawn, SE in steel parapack, SSB in black halcyon, Pilot in steel dyneema/steel, , Truck and Travel Cubelet in Nebulous Gray, Small Zipped shop bag in black, numerous pouches, 3D cubes, Q kits and straps and Cubelets!

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    Wow these make the ultraviolet look lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gochicken View Post
    My problem is that if I'm traveling with the kids, I have no place to stash a cushion or seat, and we are constantly moving from "camp" to warm up areas and back to eat and off to compete, then back to undress, then back to stadium for awards..... and often these are a 5-10 minute walk apart. I could not carry the seat, and the bottles to water the kids... and whatever else we are bringing along with us. So I had to downgrade to a blanket :(

    But for the football games where I'm mostly in one place.... I might have to upgrade to the warming seat.... thanks for the tip.. I didn't know those existed!
    It was usually at or below freezing at our football games. Even with wool uniforms and long thermal underwear we were pretty cold. To say nothing of our poor parents that were just sitting in the stands and didn't get up to march or anything.

    The seats we had came with a nifty handle that you could hook around the top loop of the backpack. A carabiner would work too. https://www.amazon.com/NEP-Outdoors-.../dp/B014XWG7QQ

    Are you with the football team or the marching band? And if it's marching band, would you mind terribly letting me know which school/band you're with? I totally miss watching the shows. As you fly into San Jose, you've got to be sort of local to where I am.

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    LOL.... those flames on the seat make me feel warm already! Thanks for the link! I'll have to check it out and the one that @sturbridge sent too!

    Yes... we are nearby... and I'm with the band: Amador Valley High School Marching Dons! (Football games are fun.. the football team is there to score points so that the band can play!!) They did OK this year... not their best year, but it was fun!
    Satisfied owner of: Azalea Swift & LS, Blk/Plum Swift, Cork LS, Blk/UV LS, Synapse 19 & Co-Pilot, Steel/UV Pilot, Fst/Stl Tri-Star, Fst/Blk/UV SA, UV PCSB, Plum SE, FJN, & SCB, Aubergine WF, LS & Kit, Trvl Trays, Passport Pouches, and Shop Bags in all colors , Multiplying OPs

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    Quote Originally Posted by bchaplin View Post

    Finally, one of the many tributes to Leonard Cohen gracing downtown Montreal.

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    @bchaplin, thanks for including this photo. One year since Leonard passed, and I still miss him.

    "There is a crack in everything.
    That's how the light gets in."

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    My S19 helps me carry only the bare essentials. Nothing expect the most vital items for my day to day life.

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    Last edited by edward.dennihy; 11-28-2017 at 01:08 PM.

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    I recently found Sriracha singles like that at World Market.
    I don't think I'll need to carry *quite* that many, but they are definitely going to in the "food module" of my bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juanito View Post
    @bchaplin, thanks for including this photo. One year since Leonard passed, and I still miss him.

    "There is a crack in everything.
    That's how the light gets in."
    Thanks!
    Sorry this is off-topic, but if anyone is in Montreal, through early 2018, there is an exhibit at their Museum of Contemporary Arts on Leonard Cohen. It's visual and interactive, and I found it very engaging. I wouldn't go just for that, but if you are in the area it is well worth seeing.

    I too was profoundly affected by his music, and some of his songs have seemed particularly relevant lately.
    Last edited by bchaplin; 11-28-2017 at 02:47 PM.
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    I was on the CNET website and saw some TB Bags!

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    Looks like a French Blue DLBC in these pictures. Looks like there is some TB love from CNET's staff! - Though the articles were not about TB bags :(

    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by edward.dennihy View Post
    My S19 helps me carry only the bare essentials. Nothing expect the most vital items for my day to day life.
    Ha! I too was excited to discover Cholula packets.... I take them with me on overnight backpacking and camping trips. Really livens up a plate of rice and beans for dinner.
    Current Carry: The Hero's Journey, Skookum Dog Citizen Canine, Founder's Briefcase, Synapse 19 (day hikes), Guide's Pack (longer day hikes), Yeoman Duffel (winter/emergency stuff for the car), Aeronaut 30 (travel), Night Flight Travel Duffel (camera bag), Moveable Feast + Shop Bags (food)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darcy View Post
    Ha! I too was excited to discover Cholula packets.... I take them with me on overnight backpacking and camping trips. Really livens up a plate of rice and beans for dinner.
    Glad to hear you are a cholula fan! One of the few things I think are worth more than their weight in gold.

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    I spent the day at the hospital yesterday because my daughter was having surgery. She’s now home and comfortably resting. I switched all of my things out of my Pop Tote and into my Luminary because I suspected I would need to be hands free as much as possible. I was right, too. I had to carry my daughter’s things and help her maneuver to the wheel chair and into the vehicle.

    I never cease to be amazed at how much this little bag can tote. I put in my Travel Cubelet, a 16 oz. water bottle, my knitting in the bag (embroidered by a friend), my Hobonichi A6 planner, my iPad, several documents, a large sunglasses case, reading glasses, and two or three Tom Bihn small and mini pouches.

    While my daughter was in surgery, I managed to knit quite a bit on her sock that I’m hoping to finish in time for Christmas.


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    Love your Luminary, and the embroidery on the knitting bag is precious.
    Best wishes for a speedy recovery for your daughter.

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