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  1. #1246
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    A bit more photo spam of my gorgeous new Aubersky Swift! This is pretty much how I intend to use it - to collect small things and other smaller bags into a single, easy-to-carry item for schlepping around on road trips and stuff.

    First, my little pile of acquisitions from today - Aubersky Swift, Steel/UV Side Effect (with custom cord pulls) and Aubergine Knitting Tool Pouch to hold the wired shutter remote for my camera. It's not terribly obvious in the photo, but the Swift is also tricked out with custom cord pulls on the interior zipper pulls (death to the jingle!) plus a UV keystrap:

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    Northwest Sky interior, with keystrap and custom cord pulls. The Swift is CAVERNOUS:

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    Marsupial Style - holding the Sprout as mini camera backpack, and Side Effect as Purse-Like Object:
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    The above plus my small camera tripod in tripod bag:
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    Bonus teaser photo of the Aubergine/Steel Sprout with custom cord pulls - this contains the Tenba BYOB 7 camera insert, and Sprout-as-camera-backpack photos are coming soon!
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    Rambling On. . . . .

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    Oh my, such wonderful Aubergine and gray spam, Meglet!! It put me right over the edge, had to order against my best resistance to one more bag...even envisioning how my small shop bag in NWS might nest inside this Swift for bottle holding goodness. The size measurements make it look possible, anyone tried this?

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    This morning during my bible study, I had one of my four kitties come keep me company. He seemed very interested in my FJN.

    I couldn't resist getting a close up of him before I evicted him. He's our latest rescue and such a sweet toddler! My daughter named him Lupine.



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    He is a precious boy. How wonderful that you rescued him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eliza View Post
    He is a precious boy. How wonderful that you rescued him.
    Thank you. All of our kitties are rescues. He is a true joy. He loves to play and cuddle and talk. Our entire family is smitten with him.

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    @Meglet - that really is bag porn!

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    Aw! He's gorgeous <3

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    He reminds me of a Siamese cat we used to have. Beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by celtical View Post
    Oh my, such wonderful Aubergine and gray spam, Meglet!! It put me right over the edge, had to order against my best resistance to one more bag...even envisioning how my small shop bag in NWS might nest inside this Swift for bottle holding goodness. The size measurements make it look possible, anyone tried this?
    Muahahahahaha! :) I think the SSB should fit inside the Swift, I'll try to remember to test that out when I get home tonight.

    Mausermama, what a lovely rescue kitty! Rescues are always such awesome kitties, it's like they know you've saved them and they want to show you gratitude.
    Rambling On. . . . .

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    Navy SCB and DLBP enjoying some spring sunshine.



    The DLBP is new, having just arrived yesterday. While I was initially disappointed that olive was out of stock when I ordered, I love it now that it's here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mausermama View Post
    This morning during my bible study, I had one of my four kitties come keep me company. He seemed very interested in my FJN.

    I couldn't resist getting a close up of him before I evicted him. He's our latest rescue and such a sweet toddler! My daughter named him Lupine.



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    Such a beautiful kitty! I love tabby cats. And rescue kitties are the best :-)

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    Finally added the much needed 4th shop bag to our collection. The baggers at Trader Joe's always compliment them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mausermama View Post

    This picture is my knew favorite: this cat sitting so neetly on that cloth, a good book (I am not religios but that is not the point here) and a FNJ. Absolutly lovely! Thank you for shareing!

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    “Ankh-Morpork people considered that spelling was a sort of optional extra. They believed in it in the same way they believed in punctuation; it didn't matter where you put it so long as it was there.”

    By Sir Terence David John Pratchett from The Truth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilkyway View Post
    This picture is my knew favorite: this cat sitting so neetly on that cloth, a good book (I am not religios but that is not the point here) and a FNJ. Absolutly lovely! Thank you for shareing!

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    He is a very tidy animal, thank you! :-)

    My FJN is helpful in so many ways. It serves as my bullet journal. It holds my prayers. It keeps my knitting notes. Most importantly, it keeps me sane. And the kitty, well, he is also part of my mental therapy. I'm so glad you like him! He puts a smile on my face every day!

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    Afternoon toast and pour-over, Blueprint Coffee, St. Louis.




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