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  1. #2281
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    UV A45 PCBP and Red Blend DLBC - which does take on a convenient purple cast when needed, doesn't it - accompanying me for coffee and a snack this morning.
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    Took an old friend to coffee today...

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    I got an awesome mini organizer pouch with my recent order, and I immediately put it to use as a pocket emotional bugout bag.

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    Current Everyday Carry: S19 in Cloud/Island, 15C Cache, SE in Wasabi, SC in Fjord; Cubelets in Dawn, Canyon, and Grass, COW in Original Halcyon
    Current Travel Carry: A30 in Original Halcyon/Ultraviolet, DLBP in Nordic, PCSB in Sitka, Large TT in Sitka, SSK in Wasabi, 3DOC in Solar

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    Nice! What are the blue and red things sitting directly on top of the pouch?

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    I got an awesome mini organizer pouch with my recent order, and I immediately put it to use as a pocket emotional bugout bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bchaplin View Post
    Nice! What are the blue and red things sitting directly on top of the pouch?
    An old Sansa mp3 player loaded with audiobooks, podcasts and favorite songs, and a teeny tiny tin of Tiger Balm (I've had trouble kicking a chest cold).
    Current Everyday Carry: S19 in Cloud/Island, 15C Cache, SE in Wasabi, SC in Fjord; Cubelets in Dawn, Canyon, and Grass, COW in Original Halcyon
    Current Travel Carry: A30 in Original Halcyon/Ultraviolet, DLBP in Nordic, PCSB in Sitka, Large TT in Sitka, SSK in Wasabi, 3DOC in Solar

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    This is me looking out from Chicago Navy Pier. It was our last stop on the way out. I have my jacket strung through the handel straps which is usually where I keep my jacket if I'm traveling with one. Also included another with my DLBP at the bean.

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    The A30 pcbp in The Village, Crescent St, and St Catherine St in Montreal

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    Synapse 25 in Olive, Aubergine Side Effect, UV A30 PCBP, Sitka PCSB

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    Daylight Backpack in Original Halycon , used for carrying my casual birding stuff. Such a good bag! (Benson Marina, Logan UT area )


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    We love the Village! We spend a week in Montreal every July!

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    Pop Tote as an overnight bag. I was a little sad that I could not use my Night Flight Travel Duffel, with its more comfy carry strap, but the 8 1/2 x 11 papers would not have fit.
    Another advantage of the Pop Tote: the ability to tuck my Side Kick inside when going through airport security.

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    I can't seem to get bored of taking pictures of my Travel Cubelet enjoying a morning cappuccino! :)

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    Here's my Sidekick at the movies, with a hot chocolate.


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    A30 in original halcyon/wasabi. Side Kick in verde/northwest sky and cloud/viridian, Pop Tote in Mars Red, Travel Cubelet in Mars Red, A30 packing cube backpack in northwest sky, large travel tray in sitka, packing cubes, pouches and cubelets

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    TB Represent!

    My son and I are driving from Jacksonville, FL to Tulsa, OK. Heís going to work as an inter during the month of July for a curriculum publishing company. I am a contractor for the company, so I have the pleasure of riding shotgun. Iíll spend a couple of days there doing some work and then will fly back to Florida.

    Itís a bit of an odd trip. From Oklahoma, my son will be leaving to drive north to Breckinridge, CO to be a part of our family vacation. Because Iíve got available trunk space, I packed a Medium Yeoman Duffle containing my hiking boots, wool socks, Stetson, and a skirt Iím knitting. Those will be nice to not have to pack in the airplane when I head out later in July.

    After Colorado, he will drive back to Jacksonville solo. He love photography and is planning to stop and take a lot of pictures, so he packed a bag containing just photo gear.

    Hereís a shot taken this morning. This is just a few of the TB bags weíve taken along for the ride. The Yeoman Duffle was still in the trunk, and my Side Kick was on my hip when I took it.

    Hanging, Iíve got my Original Halcyon Makerís Bag, which contains all of my work items. Hanging next to it is my Pop Tote in Navy, which contains my knitting, iPad, and pursy stuff. Hanging off the handle of the cart is a Mini Yeoman Duffle (Aubergine) that is carrying my CPAP.

    On the floor of the bag are my sonís Brain Bag (likely his all time favorite of the bunch), his Smart Alec, and my Aeronaut 45 (Aubergine). The Brain Bag is carrying his motel clothing and toiletries. The Smart Alec contains his photography stuff. My Aeronaut has all of my clothes, toiletries, and tea-making supples.

    We are doing the drive over three days. I have had blood clots in the past, so I like to take plenty of breaks with walks. Next break is coming up in a few minutes: Beale Street in Memphis.

    We are having a great time on this trip. Both of us love our TB collection. Side Note: This is the first time Iíve taken my A45 and not used packing cubes in the main compartment. Instead I utilized the tie-downs. I needed to pack for road travel as well as office clothing. I think I now prefer this method. It is super easy to live out of the bag without having to dive into the packing cubes. On one side pocket Iím using a Packing Cube Shoulder Bag to keep track of my toiletries. The other side is carrying my tea supplies (Size 2 Travel Stuff Sack), my Kindle in its Etsy case, and some power cords and Jackery in a little TB fabric zipper bag (I never can remember the name of it, but itís not a pouch. Itís the one that has a little hook.) Everything has its place and is easy to access and remove.




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    Packed my beloved Skookum Dog medium road duffel for a conference this week in Portland. I happily discovered that the Makerís bag with file folders in it tucks perfectly under the handles, and it will be great for daily meetings.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Mausermama View Post
    TB Represent!

    My son and I are driving from Jacksonville, FL to Tulsa, OK. He’s going to work as an inter during the month of July for a curriculum publishing company. I am a contractor for the company, so I have the pleasure of riding shotgun. I’ll spend a couple of days there doing some work and then will fly back to Florida.

    It’s a bit of an odd trip. From Oklahoma, my son will be leaving to drive north to Breckinridge, CO to be a part of our family vacation. Because I’ve got available trunk space, I packed a Medium Yeoman Duffle containing my hiking boots, wool socks, Stetson, and a skirt I’m knitting. Those will be nice to not have to pack in the airplane when I head out later in July.

    After Colorado, he will drive back to Jacksonville solo. He love photography and is planning to stop and take a lot of pictures, so he packed a bag containing just photo gear.

    Here’s a shot taken this morning. This is just a few of the TB bags we’ve taken along for the ride. The Yeoman Duffle was still in the trunk, and my Side Kick was on my hip when I took it.

    Hanging, I’ve got my Original Halcyon Maker’s Bag, which contains all of my work items. Hanging next to it is my Pop Tote in Navy, which contains my knitting, iPad, and pursy stuff. Hanging off the handle of the cart is a Mini Yeoman Duffle (Aubergine) that is carrying my CPAP.

    On the floor of the bag are my son’s Brain Bag (likely his all time favorite of the bunch), his Smart Alec, and my Aeronaut 45 (Aubergine). The Brain Bag is carrying his motel clothing and toiletries. The Smart Alec contains his photography stuff. My Aeronaut has all of my clothes, toiletries, and tea-making supples.

    We are doing the drive over three days. I have had blood clots in the past, so I like to take plenty of breaks with walks. Next break is coming up in a few minutes: Beale Street in Memphis.

    We are having a great time on this trip. Both of us love our TB collection. Side Note: This is the first time I’ve taken my A45 and not used packing cubes in the main compartment. Instead I utilized the tie-downs. I needed to pack for road travel as well as office clothing. I think I now prefer this method. It is super easy to live out of the bag without having to dive into the packing cubes. On one side pocket I’m using a Packing Cube Shoulder Bag to keep track of my toiletries. The other side is carrying my tea supplies (Size 2 Travel Stuff Sack), my Kindle in its Etsy case, and some power cords and Jackery in a little TB fabric zipper bag (I never can remember the name of it, but it’s not a pouch. It’s the one that has a little hook.) Everything has its place and is easy to access and remove.




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    I live in Tulsa! I hope your son’s internship is a great experience. Please let me know if either of you need any suggestions for places to eat or visit while you are in T Town. If you need anything at all, just ask!

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